KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum will be closed for ten days due to COVID-19.
According to a tweet by the museum, two staff members tested positive, prompting the museum to shut down starting Sunday, November 29.
The NLBM said that they are taking this precautionary measure to ensure a safe environment for their team and patrons.
NLBM president, Bob Kendrick, tweeted that they are playing it safe with this decision.
PLAYING IT SAFE: Two positive COVID-19 tests in the NLBM family has caused the closure of the NLBM for the next 10 days. Keeping our team & valued patrons safe is always our utmost concern! Both staffers are well & resting at home. @fox4kc @kmbc @41actionnews @KCTV5 @KCStar RT pic.twitter.com/W1bFydcDzB— Bob Kendrick (@nlbmprez) November 29, 2020
Guests will be welcomed back on Tuesday, December 8.