New York governor Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that museums, art galleries and other cultural institutions would be allowed to reopen from August 24, five months after the new crown outbreak closed, according to the economic times of India. However, he said on twitter that he would be forced to wear masks, sell tickets regularly, and enter the library at different times, with only 25% of the visitors. Among them, the reopened performing arts venues will be closed until the end of the year. < / P > < p > “after nearly six months, the reopening of the Metropolitan Museum will be a historic moment for museums and cities,” Metro President Daniel Weiss said in a statement. < / P > < p > “amid the uncertainty, isolation and sadness of recent months, we have been longing for a day when we can safely welcome you back to the metropolis, where everyone can find comfort, inspiration and a sense of community.” < p > < p > he highlighted the state’s progress in fighting the pandemic, with less than one percent of the new crown tests positive in the past seven days.