In honor of its reopening, Miami Seaquarium just had Passholder Preview Days on June 18 and 19. But now, the marine attraction has closed once again.
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This is the announcement that appears on its website: “In response to the recent and continued increase in positive COVID-19 tests locally and statewide, Miami Seaquarium has decided to temporarily close beginning Monday, June 29 … We will continue to carefully monitor the current situation and release updates on a potential reopening as they become available. While it’s too soon to confidently provide a reopening date, please know we remain committed to reopening Miami Seaquarium for you to enjoy as soon as safely possible.”
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As with other attractions that have been reopening around Miami-Dade County, the seaquarium had put safety rules and regulations in place, including:
- Face coverings and 6 feet of social distancing are mandatory.
- Temperature checks are required before entering.
- Frequent hand washing and hand sanitizing are strongly recommended.
- Read and follow all posted signage
The attraction was operating at a limited capacity, and sanitizing teams were in place to clean frequently touched areas and rides throughout the day.
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