Dallas, Fort Worth zoos reopen with strict restrictions

The Dallas Zoo reopened Friday with stricter rules and restrictions. The Fort Worth zoo also opened with the same guidelines.
 
In Dallas zoo, visitors are asked to book timed-entry tickets and parking spaces from the zoo’s website. Zoo Members can get in free but need to reserve their tickets and parking.
 
With a limited capacity, everyone over the age of 2 is asked to wear a face mask. In Fort Worth Zoo, the same rule while booking tickets applies. Visitors can purchase tickets online up to three days in advance.
 
 
Face coverings is requested but not mandatory outdoors at the Fort Worth Zoo. Inside Zoo, face-covering is mandatory while going inside buildings and restrooms.
 
One of the media personals visited the Fort Worth Zoo Friday morning to check the physical changes that guests will notice. Green markings have been done on the ground to help people maintain the flow of traffic and remind them of social distancing.
 
Avery Elander at the Fort Worth Zoo said, “Those continue all throughout the entire park. So, you’ll see increased signage reminding guests of the importance of handwashing and social distancing. You will also see some markings in front of certain exhibits that again remind them of that 6-foot distance. And then you’ll notice our clean team,”
 
Staff members will be instructed to clean frequently-touched surfaces like door handles, exhibit rails, tables and chairs.
 
Some of the indoor exhibits will be closed at both zoos.

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