The White House will resume excursions in April that were not held because of the pandemic

The White House will resume excursions in April that were not held because of the pandemic

The White House – will once again begin offering excursions to visitors beginning April 15.

“The administration is pleased to announce that visitor excursions of the White House will begin on Friday, April 15,” the White House said in a statement released Tuesday. For the first time, excursions will be held only on Fridays and Saturdays, rather than five times a week as previously.

Visits to the White House are free, and those wishing to take the excursion must submit a request to the Senate or the House of Representatives to the lawmaker representing the applicant’s constituency. Visitors will not be required to wear protective masks, but those who wish will be provided with them.

White House excursions were discontinued in March 2020 due to the pandemic. They were briefly resumed in September of that year.

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