No more compulsory masks in the outdoor areas of the zoo and Tierpark

No more compulsory masks in the outdoor areas of the zoo and Tierpark

The outdoor areas of the zoo and animal park in Berlin may be visited again as of Friday without a mask in front of the mouth and nose.

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This was announced by Zoologische Garten Berlin AG on Thursday (17 June 2021). Medical masks remain mandatory wherever the minimum distances cannot be maintained. Therefore, visitors should continue to bring masks and keep them handy. Opening hours will also be adjusted as before: On Fridays and Saturdays, visitors can once again stroll through the zoo and animal park until 9 pm.
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Mask obligation in animal houses remains

According to the Berlin Corona Ordinance, anyone who wants to visit the animal houses must wear an FFP2 mask without a valve. At the moment, however, the animal houses are still closed. The recommendation to buy tickets for the Zoo and Tierpark online remains, whereby a time slot must be booked.

Source: dpa

| Last edited: Friday, 18. June 2021 09:18 Uhr

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