More news from Liverpool Football Club as they made the public safety decision to completely close their tourism stops in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Until April 4th, the club has closed all retail stores throughout the UK and Ireland, their museum, their Bootroom restaurant and suspended all Anfield tours.
This decision comes in the wake of the UK following suit with other nations who are calling on their citizens to participate in social distancing in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
“We understand some supporters may be disappointed; however, given the government’s latest advice on social distancing, we feel it is our duty to take decisive action to protect our supporters and staff,” the club said in a statement.
“store.liverpoolfc.com will remain open and for club stores outside of the UK and Ireland, supporters are urged to check local information. Bookings already purchased for the museum and tours for this period of temporary closure will remain valid for rescheduled dates.
“All non-matchday events will also be put on hold during this period – those with events booked at Anfield will be contacted directly.”
Stay inside. Rewatch the Barcelona game. Binge some Netflix. Wash your hands. Stay safe, friends.