By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Zoo will reopen in two weeks. Members can visit starting on July 6.

The zoo will then open to the public on July 9.

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Everyone has to make a reservation and the number of visitors will be limited. Members can start making reservations Thursday.

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Masks are also required for all visitors 8 and older.