Wednesday, may 6, 2020. New York City – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, zoos, botanic gardens, museums, etc. have to temporary closed.
The Guardian reports that, “Berlin’s botanical gardens, one of the city’s most loved green spaces, reopened its gates to the public on Tuesday (May 5, 2020) with May flowers in bloom as Germans began to get used to leisure activities under a strict regime of face coverings, physical distancing and online booking.
As the gardens welcomed their first visitors since mid March, visitors were promised “the fragrance of nectar in your nostrils, the sound of birdsong in your ear” in a welcome posted on the gardens’ online ticket shop.
Germany’s six-week lockdown had confined many of the city’s residents to their flats or to struggling to keep physical distance rules in overcrowded green spaces.
Petra Scharf, a regular visitor before the shutdown, said she had counted the days for it to reopen. “I have a balcony, I’m lucky, but I have missed the expanse of colour and and the smell of the blossom.””
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden will reopen on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
According to BBG.org, “Brooklyn Botanic Garden is presently closed in order to support our city’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. We are taking this step out of care for BBG staff and community members. We hope to reopen July 1, and if we are allowed and able to safely open sooner, we will.”
Click the link to see pictures of magnolia flowers and other BBG photos: https://www.javiersoriano.com/2020/04/26/the-brooklyn-botanic-garden-is-not-open/
Click the link to see pictures of cherry blossoms and other BBG photos: https://www.javiersoriano.com/2020/04/27/the-brooklyn-botanic-garden-is-temporary-closed/
Click the link to see pictures of tulips and other BBG photos: https://www.javiersoriano.com/2020/04/28/the-bbg-is-temporary-closed/
Click the link to see pictures of roses and other BBG photos: https://www.javiersoriano.com/2020/05/03/the-bbg-is-not-open/
The New York Botanical Garden is temporary closed.
The website NYBG.org says, “We have temporarily closed the Garden in coordination with New York State’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. The safety of our staff and visitors is our top priority.
During this period, essential staff will care for our living collections and maintain the operations of the Garden’s 250-acre landmark landscape until we reopen.
Suspension of all in-person events, on-site programs and classes, and exhibitions has been extended through May 31.”
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