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.READ MORE: Police Identify Man Killed In North Philadelphia Hit-And-Run As 64-Year-Old Raymond Hodgins
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WE'RE BACK!! 😁 Philadelphia Zoo is reopening to members July 6th & the general public on July 9th. Timed tickets go on sale this week! We look forward to welcoming you and your families back to the Zoo to connect with nature and wildlife. LEARN MORE: https://t.co/EmH8DXh9vH. pic.twitter.com/mwxMKz59Mt
— phillyzoo (@phillyzoo) June 22, 2020
Everyone has to make a reservation and the number of visitors will be limited. Members can start making reservations Thursday.MORE NEWS: Gov. Tom Wolf Visits Chester, Praises Organizations Working To Make Streets Safer From Gun Violence
Masks are also required for all visitors 8 and older.