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为正常播放该音频,请使用IE9及以上版本IE浏览器或其它浏览器。 [Photo/Xinhua] 13% museums may never reopen 13%博物馆可能永久关闭 Nearly 13% of the museums around the world may never reopen due to the COVID

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>13% museums may never reopen
13%博物馆可能永久关闭

Nearly 13% of the museums around the world may never reopen due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UN's cultural agency has warned.
联合国教科文组织警告称,因新冠疫情大流行,全球近13%的博物馆可能永久关闭。

On the occasion of International Museum Day on Monday, two studies by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the International Council of Museums said that museums have been especially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, with nearly 90% of them, or more than 85,000 institutions, having closed their doors for varying lengths of time during the crisis.
18日是国际博物馆日,联合国教科文组织和国际博物馆协会的两项研究显示,博物馆受到新冠疫情的影响尤为严重。疫情危机期间,超过8.5万家博物馆不同程度闭馆,占到全球博物馆总数的近90%。

Furthermore, in Africa and the Small Island Developing States, only 5% of museums were able to offer online content to their audiences.
此外,在非洲和小岛屿发展中国家,只有5%的博物馆能够向其受众提供在线内容。

The two studies were aimed at assessing the impact of COVID-19 on museums and museum institutions. They were also aiming to find out how the sector had adapted to the pandemic and explore ways to support institutions in its aftermath.
这两项研究旨在评估新冠疫情对博物馆和博物馆机构的影响,调研该行业该如何适应疫情,并探讨疫情过后支持博物馆机构的方式。

European Commissioner for Health Stella Kyriakides takes off a mask at a news conference on the strategic orientations of the European Tourism and Transport Package at European Commission in Brussels, Belgium, May 13, 2020. [Photo/Agencies]

>Border bans to ease within EU
欧盟计划开放内部边界

The world's biggest tourist playground has been roped off since it became a coronavirus epicenter, but as summer looms Europe is desperate to lift restrictions to get visitors pumping much-needed cash into stricken economies.
自从欧洲成为新冠肺炎疫情中心后,这一全球最大旅游目的地的旅游业遭受重创。但随着夏季的临近,欧洲迫切希望解除限制,让受到疫情严重打击的经济体能从旅游消费中获得急需的资金。

Last week, the European Union unveiled an action plan to get its internal borders reopening, safely fire up its hospitality sector and to revive rail, road, air and sea connections that have been strangled during the pandemic.
上周,欧盟公布了一项行动计划,目的是重新开放欧盟内部边界,安全启动酒店业,恢复在疫情期间中断的铁路、公路、航空和海上交通。

Some countries, such as Greece and Italy, are already naming specific dates.
希腊和意大利等国已经在确定具体的解封日期。

On Saturday, Italy announced plans to reopen its internal borders next month, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that many internal EU border restrictions would be lifted by June 15.
本月16日,意大利宣布计划下个月重新开放国内边界,而德国总理安格拉·默克尔表示,欧盟内部的许多边境限制将在6月15日前解除。

It's a situation eagerly anticipated by millions of would-be travelers, desperate to enjoy a slice of European sunshine and culture after weeks or months being sequestered at home under lockdown.
数百万想要出门旅游的人热切期待这一天的到来。他们因封锁措施居家数周或数月之后,迫切地想要享受欧洲的阳光和文化。

A Luckin Coffee shop in Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province. [Photo by Long Wei/For China Daily]

>Nasdaq to delist Luckin Coffee
纳斯达克通知瑞幸摘牌

Luckin Coffee Inc said on Tuesday that Nasdaq Inc has given it notice that it plans to delist it from the US stock exchange a month after the Chinese coffee chain disclosed that some of its employees fabricated sales accounts.
中国咖啡连锁企业瑞幸咖啡19日表示,已接到纳斯达克关于计划将其从美国证券交易所摘牌的通知。一个月前瑞幸咖啡自曝其部分员工虚报销售额。

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