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Zoo of Itanagar Reopened for Tourist on 23rd December

  by NEWSNER , 2020-12-24 14:43:14

Zoo of Itanagar Reopened for Tourist on 23rd December

The Itanagar Biological Park or Itanagar zoo, which stayed shut since 21 March because of the Covid-19 pandemic, will return for guests from 23 December. 


Likewise, the zoo authority has accompanied a few measures to guarantee the wellbeing of the guests, creatures, and zoo representatives. 


Guidelines for Zoo Workers:


It will be necessary for all guests and zoo workers to wear facemasks and go through thermal filtering at the section entryway. Any guest with manifestations of hack, cold, or fever won't be permitted to enter the zoo, a zoo official said in a delivery. 


Senior residents and people with newborn children have been encouraged to try not to visit the zoo. 


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Guidelines for Visitors:


"Guests ought to keep up social separating in the zoo premises and try not to contact blockades and different surfaces. They should move along the assigned guest ways just," Biological Park Curator Raya Flago said. 


A limit of 20 guests will be allowed in one gathering, and just five such gatherings will be permitted in a day. 


"All guests should go through the cured foot tangle/entire body sanitizer or any such establishments fixed at the zoo entrance. They ought to try not to convey baggage, packs, and so on, which need a storage/cloakroom," the delivery said. 


Other Guidelines:


Spitting, smoking, and biting of tobacco/tobacco items inside the zoo premises are additionally restricted. 


Sanitizers will be kept prepared in all extraordinary utility territories. The zoo representatives who as often as a possible associate with guests, for example, the staff members at the section door, the ticket counter, and the washroom, will wear face shields, gloves, and covers. 


Flago spoke to the guests to carefully follow the rules, aside from keeping up the Covid-19 SOPs gave by the service of home undertakings, the state government, and the focal zoo authority every once in a while.


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