The Tri-Cities Historical Museum will open its doors to the public on July 7. In the meantime, members of the museum staff have been hard at work making changes to the museum exhibits to make social distancing easier in the era of COVID-19.

All exhibits will be open with measures in place to help keep visitors and staff members safe. Steps have been taken to retrofit museum exhibits to avoid small enclosed spaces and encourage social distancing. Exhibit curators Kate Crosby and Jen Vos have also created new content to enhance current exhibits.

About the writer: Jen Vos is the assistant to the curator of exhibits for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum.

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