Sea Life Manchester to reopen with safety measures
Posted on 25/06/2020

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As the government confirmed the easing of lockdown measures, Sea Life Manchester is reopening, as many other businesses, on July 4 with new safety measures. The staff, who took care of the creatures during the lockdown, also worked to put new measures in place for the place to be safe for visitors at the reopening.

New measures

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The changes for Sea Life will include pre-booking time slots online, social distancing outside and inside, PPE equipment for staff, temperature checks for both visitors and team members, but also additional cleaning and hand sanitizer.

Craig Dunkerley, who is a spokesperson for Sea Life, commented: "We are really looking forward to welcoming guests back to all of our Sea Life sites across England and Ireland and as ever, the health and safety of our visitors and staff remains our number one priority.

"Each site is utilising an extensive range of safety measures, designed to ensure a happy, safe and healthy experience for all. I'm sure that after the extended lockdown, many families, particularly with younger children, will be in real need of escapism, entertainment and a way of making happy new memories with those they love.

"I know our teams around the country - plus our site's aquatic residents - are all looking forward to offering just that."

In order to keep the reopening safe for all visitors, Sea Life is asking people to follow guidelines, respect social distancing, and to postpone their visit if they display any symptoms of Covid-19.

Tickets for the site go for from £13.50, and there is 20% off for a limited time.