After being closed for 105 days, Delhi’s National Zoological Park reopened for the general public on Sunday. The zoo was briefly shut attributable to an increase in COVID-19 circumstances within the nationwide capital throughout the second wave.
“On the first day, more than 92 per cent of tickets were sold. Due to this prolonged disconnection behaviour between public and animals, few species will take time to adjust whereas others remain indifferent,” stated Ramesh Pandey, Director, National Zoological Park.
However, the director reiterated that guests ought to strictly comply with Covid protocols.
The zoo will function in two shifts– 9 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to five pm. People will now be capable of guide tickets on-line.