TRAVEL Top panda bases reopen to public in SW China


Top panda bases reopen to public in SW China


05:54, March 28, 2020


(Photo: CGTN)

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, one of the world's top destinations for seeing pandas, has reopened to public in southwest China's Sichuan Province as the COVID-19 epidemic situation in China continues to ease.

The nearby Dujiangyan Base of the China Conservation and Research Center for Giant Pandas has also reopened.

The number of daily visitors to the panda base is limited to 5,000, and effective disinfection measures will be carried out. In addition, every visitor needs to show their health certificates so as to ensure that everyone can enjoy themselves safely and happily in the base.

The staff at the research and breeding base are carefully monitoring the pandas as they enter the breeding season. Several are expected to give birth in the coming months.

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