San Antonio's Zoo, Aquarium, Amusement Parks Allowed To Reopen In Limited Capacity
What health and safety measures will be implemented to protect patrons and employees amid ongoing coronavirus concerns? How will social distancing be enforced, especially considering how many of their attendees are children?
How has the public health crisis affected these family attractions in San Antonio? What about their employees and the animal housed in these facilities?
What will be different about zoo, aquarium and theme park experiences moving forward? How will they adjust to the "new normal" of life after COVID-19?
- Tim Morrow, CEO of the San Antonio Zoo
- Jamie Shank, husbandry director at the San Antonio Aquarium
- Byron Surrett, park president at Sea World San Antonio
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*This interview was recorded on Wednesday, June 3.
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