The Tenement Visual Artists (TVA), the group behind the new mural of late NBA legend Kobe Bryant, has issued guidelines Monday night for the public viewing at the Tenement in Taguig City.
The TVA paid homage to Bryant and daughter Gianna to commemorate their first death anniversary tomorrow (Jan. 26).
The public viewing will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. but the date may be extended until further notice, the TVA announced on its Facebook page through co-founder Jennifer Corpin.
Tenement visitors are required to wear personal protective equipment such as face masks and face shields and bring their own alcohol or hand sanitizers and identification cards.
A body temperature check will be conducted upon entry for a maximum of 10 people per batch while a holding area is designated for the pending group.
Minors aged 17 years old below and senior citizens aged 60 above will not be permitted to enter and roaming around the building is also not allowed.
Photoshoots will only be allowed at the court while a designated photographer is set on the upper floor of the building. In coordination with the marshals, spectators can lend their respective cameras or mobile phones to the photographer assigned for aerial shots.
Kobe and Gianna, along with seven other victims, perished in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California last Jan. 26.