Dutch museum opens contagious diseases exhibit after coronavirus delay

Dutch king opens disease exhibition delayed by pandemic | News |  lancasteronline.com

As the world grapples with COVID-19’s furious spread, a museum in the Dutch city of Leiden opened an exhibition on contagious diseases after a long delay caused by the pandemic.

Dutch King Willem-Alexander, who went into isolation with his wife and three daughters as a precautionary measure after returning from Austria in March, opened the “Contagious!” exhibition on Thursday at the Rijksmuseum Boerhaave.

The exhibition highlights a range of different infectious diseases, including the bubonic plague, smallpox and AIDS. Organizers even added references to COVID-19.

source: foxnews

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