L.A. Zoo Will Reopen Next Week With Online Reservation System


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It's time for a socially-distanced trip to the zoo!

After several weeks of being closed due to the pandemic, the Los Angeles Zoo will reopen on Tuesday, February 16. Of course, the zoo will follow current safety measures, and will also introduce several new ones.

Los Angeles Zoo will introduce an online ticket reservation system to ensure limited capacity. Yes, face coverings will be required for all visitors who are age 2 and older.

Similar to supermarkets, some pathways will flow in a single direction, led signs. Social distancing is encouraged, in fact...keep a zebra apart, the zoo says with signs.

The zoo will also offer hand sanitizing stations throughout the park. The zoo adds that indoor areas will remain closed and "high-touch" areas will not open at this time. Presentations and keeper talks will not open.

To reserve your tickets, visit the zoo's website.

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