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Titanic Belfast To Reopen On August 1

By Dave Simpson

Titanic Belfast will reopen to visitors on August 1 after being closed for four months due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Cost To The Economy

According to The Belfast Telegraph, the popular tourist attraction's closure will have cost the Northern Irish economy approximately £20 million in additional spending.

Health And Safety Measures

The attraction has implemented a number of new health and safety measures for its reopening, including the requirement for visitors to book in advance of arrival, prearranged time slots, reduced capacity, sanitisation stations and social distancing measures.

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