Feb 23, 2021
Science Museum Set To Reopen With Limited Capacity
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) – The Science Museum of Minnesota announced its reopening for Feb. 27 after closing its doors to the public last March due to COVID-19.
According to a press release, the museum will operate with limited capacity on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Visitors can expect the facility to follow local health and safety guidelines including a mask requirement, socially distanced seating in the Omnitheater and wider walkways throughout exhibits.
The museum says fan favorites will return as well as new features including two new models of the Quetzalcoatlus, a pterosaur which is known as one of the largest flying animals in history.
The reopening comes after the museum was forced to shift to online-only programming and a temporary layoff of 400 employees last April.
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Fortnite Revive Grenades Coming to Limited-Time Mode
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Fortnite will see Revive Grenades coming to the game soon in an upcoming Limited-Time Mode. The new LTM will be called Bodyguard and is part of the v15.50 update. While no release date is yet to be confirmed, it can be expected soon given that the update went live on Tuesday.
A new update rapidly approaches.
v15.50 is scheduled for release on March 2. Downtime will begin at approx. 4 AM ET (09:00 UTC). pic.twitter.com/CCuZwikUfn— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) March 1, 2021Fortnite Revive Grenades Coming to Limited Time Mode
Fortnite's new Revive Grenades will be exclusive to the new Bodyguard LTM. Bodyguard is played in squads where one team member is labeled the "VIP." If the VIP is eliminated, the whole squad is out of the match.
The VIP is an especially vulnerable target given that they are marked on the map for all other players to see. It is up to the other two team members to defend the VIP and be the last squad standing. The VIP is not totally helpless, as they are armed with a Legendary Pistol and a Revive Grenade.
The Revive Grenade is a pivotal item in the Bodyguard LTM. After it is thrown, it explodes on impact with the ground and restores the user's teammates back to full health, even if they have already been eliminated. The Revive Grenade is rechargeable and can be used multiple time's during a squad's run for victory.
The Revive Grenade will arrive to Fortnite in the upcoming Bodyguard Limited Time Mode sometime in the near future. It coincides with the recent v15.50 update.