The Delhi Zoo has reopened after a 105-day covid break
The National Zoological Park in Delhi has reopened for visitors. Visitors to the zoo were temporarily banned in the wake of the outbreak of covid second wave in Delhi.
Operation resumed after 105 days. Admission to the zoo is from 9 am to 12 noon and from 1 pm to 5 pm. Admission passes can be booked online.
Zoological Park Director Ramesh Pandey said 92 percent of tickets were sold on the first day. Due to the long interval, it will take time for the relationship between animals, certain species, and people to return to normal. Ramesh Pandey said visitors should strictly follow the covid guidelines.