It's the 4th of July. What the Animals at the San Francisco Zoo need is for their home to be Re-Opened to Visitors. The San Francisco Zoo needs its Independence from the Indoor Museum classification.
While San Franciscans flock to the Park, the Beach, Outdoor Dining and other places where no face-covering and no social distancing is allowed to happen, the Animals wait and wonder what will become of their home.
The San Francisco Zoo was set to Re-Open June 29 after a three month Shutdown due to the Covid19 Pandemic. The San Francisco Health Officer delayed the Re-Opening indefinitely, citing a surge in Covid cases.
While San Francisco Botanical Garden, Retail Stores and Outdoor Dining continue to stay open, the Zoo stays closed. ... While People continue to pack the Park daily, the majority with no face-covering, or courtesy to attempt distancing. The Zoo remains closed.
The San Francisco Zoo needs to be reclassified in alignment with the Botanical Garden, which shares the classification with Outdoor Museums. The Zoo is an Outdoor, controlled environment, with Safety Protocols in place.
Further delay in allowing the Zoo to Re-Open, could put the Zoo in a dire financial hardship, threatening the security of the place the Animals call home.
Re-Open the San Francisco Zoo.
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