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China's panda base reopens to public

2020-3-25 15:22

Two panda cubs born in 2019 snuggle up together while they make a public appearance at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan province, on Sept 24, 2019. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

 

CHENGDU -- A top destination for the world's panda lovers on Wednesday reopened to the public in southwest China's Sichuan Province.

 

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, located in the provincial capital Chengdu, reopened all its facilities except a panda-themed theater.

 

The base was closed on Jan 24, the first day of this year's Spring Festival holiday that would otherwise be a peak tourist season for the park, due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

 

The reopening followed the province's decision to further downgrade its COVID-19 response from level II to level III on Wednesday. China has a four-tier public health emergency response system, with level I being the highest.

 

Certain epidemic precautions remain in place. The base said it would cap the daily number of visitors at 5,000 and require visitors to show health certificates. Those with a fever will be denied entrance.

 

The base is also advocating the use of online platforms and QR codes for booking and buying tickets, a practice that it said will reduce unnecessary contacts.

9月24日,两只2019年出生的熊猫宝宝在成都大熊猫研究基地公开亮相,它们依偎在一起。[图片提供给中国日报网]


成都——周三,全球熊猫爱好者的首选目的地——中国西南部四川省重新对公众开放。


位于省会成都的成都大熊猫繁育研究基地重新开放了除熊猫主题剧场外的所有设施。


由于新型冠状病毒的爆发,该基地于1月24日关闭,这是今年春节假期的第一天,否则这将是该公园的旅游旺季。


在重新开放之前,广东省周三决定将其covid19评级从二级下调至三级。中国有四级公共卫生应急体系,一级是最高级。


某些流行病预防措施仍然存在。该基地表示,将把每日游客人数限制在5000人以内,并要求游客出示健康证明。发烧的人不准进入。


该基地还提倡使用在线平台和二维码来订票和买票,称这样可以减少不必要的联系。

 

 

来自: xinhua