Referring to all tiers, the amendment to the Government's legislation says that people can visit 'outdoor attractions at an aquarium, zoo or safari park' from Boxing Day. Nicky Needham, Acting Joint Director of BI AZA, confirmed to Mainline that its members were alerted to the amendment on Christmas Eve.
A spokesperson for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEBRA) told Mainline: 'Under Tier4 restrictions, the outdoor areas of some visitor attractions can remain open, including zoos, provided that strict protocols are followed to ensure that social distancing is adhered to. Chester Zoo has issued an update after Cheshire was placed into Tier4 Covid-19 restrictions from December 31.
If you live outside the local area and have a visit planned then the zoo will transfer your booking to another date, up to April 30 next year 2021. Chester Zoo has issued an update after Cheshire was placed into Tier4 Covid-19 restrictions from December 31.
The mutant strain of coronavirus has sparked fear as the number of cases rise dramatically, especially in London and the Home Counties. And researchers have now said there is 'some evidence that the increase may be particularly marked in children', which raises whether schools should open in January after the Christmas break.
In the 'very high' alert level, no household mixing is allowed indoors or outdoors, except in parks and public gardens. Cornwall and Hereford shire moved up to Tier 2 from December 26, where the main restrictions are no household mixing allowed indoors, but the 'rule of six' applies outdoors.
Hospitality venues must close unless serving substantial meals with drinks, while large sport and entertainment events are allowed but with a very limited audience. In the lowest alert level, the 'rule of six' must apply indoors and outdoors, while there must be table service in hospitality venues, with last orders at 10pm and closing time at 11pm.
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A number of AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums participate in the AZA Reciprocal Admissions Program. As a local member of an AZA-accredited zoo or aquarium, you may be eligible for free or discounted admission into participating AZA-accredited zoos or aquariums.
You must present a valid, current zoo or aquarium membership card for admission. Not all AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums, in the list below, participate in this program; please review our full information on the reciprocity program for more details.