More Shanghai parks to open for visitors

Hu Min
Wild Animal Park and Jinjiang Amusement Park are among a number of attractions which will reopen on Monday but with strict limits on the number of visitors.
Hu Min

Shanghai Wild Animal Park and Jinjiang Amusement Park are to reopen with visitor numbers controlled, operators announced on Friday.

The animal park in the Pudong New Area will reopen on Monday from 9am to 5pm but visitors will be kept to under half of capacity and its amusement facilities and indoor venues will remain closed.

Online ticket sales are recommended, and verification is needed with identity cards required for entry.

Temperatures will be checked and anyone above 37.3 degrees Celsius will be denied entry.

Tourists need to present their health QR code for entry.

Visitors are required to wear masks and keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters from each other, the park operator said.

Jinjiang Amusement Park in Minhang District will also resume operations on Monday and will be open from 10am to 5pm with visitor numbers limited to half its capacity.

Real-name ticket purchase is required, and visitors’ information will be registered before entry.

Tourists need to present their health QR code and have their temperature checked.

Public areas in the park will be disinfected twice daily, and amusement facilities disinfected after each use.

The park’s ferries wheel will limit passengers to two in one car, which will be disinfected after each use.

Fuquanshan archeological site in Qingpu District, a mound containing a number of elaborate tombs dating back more than 6,000 years, and Qushui Garden in the same district will also reopen on Monday as will Luxun Park in Hongkou District.

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