Toronto Zoo temporarily closed due to COVID-19 pandemic

Toronto Zoo temporarily closed due to COVID-19 pandemic

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The Toronto Zoo was temporarily closed due to the adoption by the authorities of the Canadian province of Ontario of stricter sanitary and epidemiological measures to curb the spread of a highly contagious strain of the COVID-19 variant.

According to the directorate, the staff will remain at their workplaces during the closure of the menagerie and will continue to take care of the animals.

The zoo will remain closed at least until January 27. Those who have already purchased tickets to visit the menagerie will be able to use them later or request a refund.
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