Image via NoyanYalcin / Shutterstock.com
In this time of solace, museums have opened up their spaces to get as many people vaccinated quickly as possible. With the UK officially reopening on July 19, the Tate Modern is the latest to transform itself into a mass walk-in vaccine site. And just like any other cultural experience pre-COVID, you’ll come out of the institution’s doors feeling enriched.
On Friday night, Londoners over the age of 18 can head to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall to get their first or second Pfizer jab.
Meanwhile, those with a fear of needles will just have to put up with one for a few seconds, as they’ll be rewarded with exclusive after-hour viewings at Tate Modern’s permanent and temporary showcases later on. New exhibitions include the raved-after Sophie Taeuber-Arp retrospective and The Making of Rodin.
According to Archinect News, all four galleries of Tate Modern had fully reopened back in May. As the UK treads into normalcy, the museum’s visitor numbers should pick up once more.Archinect News, image via NoyanYalcin / Shutterstock.com] http://www.designtaxi.com/news/414738/Tate-Modern-Turns-Into-Vaccine-Clinic-With-Art-On-The-Side-As-UK-Reopens/