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In response to the rapidly evolving situation regarding the coronavirus, including the California Department of Public Health’s social distancing guidelines, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust will be closed to the public through March 30.
Museum staff is monitoring the situation closely and will extend the closure past March 30, if necessary. All programming and public events are canceled through the end of April, including “Violins of Hope,” an exhibit featuring restored Holocaust-era violins.
The health and safety of visitors, staff and volunteers is the museum’s top priority. For information, visit lamoth.org.
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