The Miami Seaquarium Has Closed After A Short Reopening

It was a little more than a week ago that Miami Seaquarium reopened it's doors to the public after three months of being closed due to COVID-19. Now, the 38-acre oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay, has closed once again.

The company's website says, "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." They are adamant that nobody on their team has tested positive for COVID-19. In my opinion, it's a very noble action to take to keep customers and staff safe, especially when a closure hasn't been enforced by local/state government.

After they reopened last week, they had new rules in place that followed all health and social distancing guidelines - which included temperature checks and limited capacity.

While it is a temporary closing, there's no word yet on what date they will actually reopen.

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