(Cleveland) - Because of growing numbers of COVID-19 cases, some well-known institutions in Cleveland are closing to the public for the time being.
On Saturday, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced it would be closed indefinitely starting Monday. The Rock Hall said in a statement that they remain confident in the effective health and safety protocols that allowed them to reopen in June, but at this time, they feel it's best to encourage people to stay home.
The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood have made similar announcements.
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