The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Monday announced that it will close to the public until March 31 amid coronavirus concerns.

The Simi Valley organization’s closure also includes any events that were scheduled at the museum.

Leadership at the National Archives and Records Administration made the decision to close all of its research rooms, including presidential libraries and adjoining museums, as of the end of Friday’s business hours.

“National Archives staff will continue to serve the public remotely by responding to emailed requests for records and History Hub inquiries,” the organization said on its website. “While we are closed, we invite the public to explore our online resources by visiting www.archives.gov and viewing our online exhibits and educational resources and participating in our Citizen Archivist Missions.”