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Last updated: Monday, Aug. For more interactive maps and charts, see the Michigan Coronavirus Dashboardshowing vaccine distribution information, case s, locations, deaths and demographics. Michigan averaged nearly 1, daily COVID cases over the weekend, staying relatively stable even as the percent of positive coronavirus tests has risen. The latest testing data shows that over the past week nearly 7. It was 6 percent on Aug.
Purchasing a membership does not guarantee reservation availability. Type and press "Enter" to search: Searching To limit the spread of COVID, everyone must share the responsibility of following safety guidelines to help keep themselves and others safe. The safety protocols and reopening information were developed after reviewing scientific data, consulting with health experts, local officials and other zoos around the world.
If you would like to purchase or renew a membership. Members who purchase general admission tickets for entry on member sold out dates will not be eligible for a refund. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding as we work to keep the animals at the Zoo healthy. It is now known that lions and tigers in one U. In addition, current understanding of potential susceptibility of other species in zoos to infection by COVID, based on a of academic studies of this and related viruses, suggests that they may be susceptible.
The Detroit Zoological Society has revised safety protocols. The reservation requirement will end soon. Please be respectful, help each other and help protect the endangered animals.
They are outlined above and posted throughout the Zoo and include wearing face coverings, following posted routes of circulation, physical distancing and adhering to sanitization requirements. Please check back as spots may become available, due to cancellations, no shows or increased availability.
Please check your spam folder if you do not receive your tickets after making a reservation. It is our goal to make the Zoo experience one that is safe for our visitors, staff and animals.
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Our goal is to provide a great Zoo experience in an environment that is as safe as possible for all. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and gradually increase capacity limits. As a visitor, you are required to follow all of the safety guidelines established by the Detroit Zoological Society. Guests may notice a few temporary barriers in areas that might present a risk of transmission of COVID from a guest to an animal.
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To maintain the health and safety of our guests, staff and endangered animals, there are a few safety guidelines and updates we would like you to review before your arrival. After scheduling your visit, you will receive an with your digital ticket, safety details and a digital map, as the Zoo will not be providing paper maps.
We ask that members only book a reservation once every two weeks. Members will only be able to make reservations for the people currently listed on their membership.
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Older adults and people who have underlying illnesses may be at greater risk for severe illness if they contract COVID, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance and can be booked here.
Knowledge regarding potential susceptibility of animals to COVID continues to emerge, and DZS protocols adapt to include new information as it is available. The DZS staff is wearing personal protective equipment while caring for certain species. Book Reservations FAQs. COVID is a new disease that is highly contagious and can cause severe illness and even death. Regardless of vaccination status, face masks are required indoors for people age five and older.
We are taking proactive measures to limit any potential risk to animals who live at the Detroit Zoo as we continue to properly care for them.