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San Diego Zoo and Safari Park begin their reopenings

This Monday, the "stay home" order was lifted and many places took the opportunity to open their doors

Photo by: Zoológico de San Diego

Good news for all those who can cross the border: this Saturday, the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park opened its doors to visitors, after the "stay-at-home" order imposed for Southern California was lifted.

However, there will be certain limitations since San Diego County is still in purple, a restrictive coloration, but which includes more freedoms than the previous state. Here we inform you what activities will be available:

In this phase of the reopening there will be limited shows, shopping, dining and transportation in both parks. In addition to the limitations, you will need to make a reservation and fill out an admission form before entering and will not be allowed to leave the park to re-enter.

As expected, visitors will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing. In addition, park workers will be required to undergo medical examinations before returning to work in the park.

Masks will be required (San Diego Zoo)

Masks will be required (San Diego Zoo)

You can click here to make your reservation at the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park.

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