BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The National Aquarium is joining a growing list of attractions closing their doors due to the coronavirus.
In a news release Friday evening, the aquarium said it’s closing starting Saturday, March 14 through at least Friday, March 27.READ MORE: Man In Critical Condition After Early Evening Shooting In Southeast Baltimore
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“While there have been no reported cases of infection on-site, the Aquarium believes it is their ethical responsibility to adhere to the scientific community’s recommendation to limit large social gatherings at this time,” it said in a statement. “During this period of closure, an on-site core team will continue to provide our animals with highest quality of care and welfare.”READ MORE: Reggio & Co. Preschool In Hunt Valley Rallies Around Family Whose Sons Have Rare Gene Mutation
People who purchased tickets can get a refund or reschedule their visit.READ IT: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Releases 3-Pillar City Crime Plan Friday