Beijing Zoo partially resumes operation

2020-03-24 05:59:31 GMT2020-03-24 13:59:31(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong) Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)
Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong) Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)
Tourists line up to enter Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong) Tourists line up to enter Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)
Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong) Tourists visit Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China, March 23, 2020. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)
Photo taken on March 23, 2020 shows a panda at Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong) Photo taken on March 23, 2020 shows a panda at Beijing Zoo in Beijing, capital of China. The Beijing Zoo, a popular tourist attraction in the Chinese capital, partially resumed operation from Monday. All outdoor tourist exhibits are reopened to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., while indoor animal venues, science museums, exhibition centers and dining halls remain shuttered. The zoo asks visitors have their temperatures measured upon arrival, wear masks and maintain a distance of no less than 1.5 meters from each other. Visitor numbers are strictly controlled based on real-time monitoring data. Visitors are also required to reserve tickets at least one day in advance on the zoo's account on social media platform WeChat. (Xinhua/Ju Huanzong)
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