LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The Los Angeles Zoo will reopen to the public on Tuesday for the first time since the most recent COVID-19 regional stay-at-home order went into effect on Dec. 7, the zoo announced today.
Visitors should expect:
-- an online reservation-based ticketing system for all visitors, including members;
-- limited capacity within the zoo;
-- face covering requirements for all staff and guests who are 2 years old and older;
-- enhanced cleaning procedures for high-contact surfaces and restrooms;
-- hand sanitizer stations throughout the zoo;
-- one-way traffic pathways throughout the zoo to allow for physical distancing among guests;
-- signs reminding people to physically distance, as well as markers and physical barriers placed throughout the zoo;
-- the closure of high touch areas, including the Papiano Playpark, the contact yard at the Winnick Family Children's Zoo, and the Tom Mankiewicz Conservation Carousel;
-- the closure of indoor and enclosed exhibits;
-- the closure of indoor dining; and
-- suspension of in-person talks, presentations and events.
Admission is $22 for adults and $17 for children between the ages of two and 12. People can begin making reservations at noon on Saturday at www.lazoo.org/reopening.
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