Due to COVID-19, it’s just been announced that one Toronto landmark will be closing its doors for a month.
The legendary and iconic CN Tower is closing starting Saturday, March 14 until April 14.
“The health and safety of our staff, guests and tenants is always our first priority,” reads a statement from the tourist attraction. “We regret any inconvenience this may cause and we look forward to welcoming you back to the CN Tower soon.”
The news that the CN Tower closing comes just days after the city recommended that folks who have recently traveled outside of Canada, including the U.S, to limit social gatherings with large groups.
This isn’t the first major COVID-19 disruption either as this week it was announced that the basketball, hockey, and baseball seasons will all be put on pause until it all blows over.
It was also announced that the One Of A Kind Show will be postponed until June due to COVID-19.
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