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Limited entry to Nagasaki BIO PARK for residents of Nagasaki Prefecture will be lifted from June 1st.

Regarding measures against Japan's new coronavirus infectious disease, the emergency declaration for all prefectures was lifted on May 25, and the request for refraining from moving beyond the prefectural border was lifted from June 1, so we will lift the restriction on admission to our zoo for residents of Nagasaki Prefecture from June 1.
However, we ask all residents of Hokkaido, Saitama, Tokyo, Chiba, and Kanagawa, and prefectures where the number of new infections is increasing, to refrain from visiting our zoo for a while.
Please observe the following restrictions and precautions when visiting our zoo to prevent the spread of infection.

[Those who are refused admission to the Zoo]
Those who have a positive reaction of new type coronavirus and are under observation, and those who have deep contact with them within 2 weeks.
Those who have symptoms of a cold, such as fever and cough.

[Notes]
Please keep an appropriate distance from other visitors in the Zoo.
Please wear a mask* as much as possible while in the Zoo. We don't sell any masks at the Zoo.
Persons not wearing a mask* are not allowed to enter the Pet Animal World (PAW).
*Children under 2 years old are excluded.
Cats in the PAW will not be allowed to pet for the time being.
All events in the Zoo (such as animal feeding time) will be cancelled for the time being.
Please use hand soap before and after touching the animals and wash your hands carefully.

We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your understanding and cooperation as we strive to maintain an environment where you can use our facilities with peace of mind.

From May 23, Nagasaki BIO PARK will open only for residents of Nagasaki Prefecture.

In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, we are temporarily closed from April 10, but due to the lifting of the state of emergency in the prefecture and taking into account the situation of infection with the new coronavirus in Nagasaki, we decided to reopen our Zoo on May 23.
However, for the time being, only residents of Nagasaki Prefecture will be able to enter the park at the request of the administrative authorities. We will inform you again about the admission of residents outside of Nagasaki prefecture after the government decides on the policy.
Please note the following restrictions and precautions for your visit to the Zoo.

[Those who are refused admission to the Zoo]
Residents outside of Nagasaki Prefecture.
Those who are staying in a special warning prefecture or overseas within 2 weeks, or who have a strong contact with those person.
Those who have symptoms of a cold, such as fever and cough.

[Notes]
Before entering the Zoo, each party will be asked to fill out a confirmation form regarding their residence, health, and contact information.
Please keep an appropriate distance from other visitors in the Zoo.
Please wear a mask as much as possible while in the Zoo. We don't sell any masks at the Zoo.
Persons not wearing a mask are not allowed to enter the Pet Animal World (PAW).
Cats in the PAW will not be allowed to pet for the time being.
All events in the Zoo (such as animal feeding time) will be cancelled for the time being.
Please use hand soap before and after touching the animals and wash your hands carefully.
Stationed persons at U.S. Naval Base Sasebo are regarded to be residents of Nagasaki Prefecture.

We apologize for the inconvenience and ask for your understanding and cooperation as we strive to maintain an environment where you can use our facilities with peace of mind.

About extension of annual passport "BIO PASS" with reopening the Zoo.

The Nagasaki Biopark will reopen on May 23, so the Annual Passport "BIO PASS" will be extended as follows. Until May 31, due to the request of the administrative authorities, only residents of Nagasaki Prefecture are allowed to enter the Zoo. Please present your "BIO PASS" card and ID that can confirm your current address when you visit the Zoo.

(1) Nagasaki Prefecture residents who will reapply the pass for the next time.
Please reapply within the validity period on the back of your card. When you re-enroll, we will add the number of days we were closed (up to 43 days) to the expiration date.

(2) Nagasaki Prefecture residents who will not reapply the pass for the next time.
We can extend the expiration date on the back of the card for the number of days we were closed (up to 43 days). Please come to the "BIO PASS" desk when you visit the Zoo.

(3) Outside of Nagasaki Prefecture residents.
Until May 31, we will not be able to admit you to our Zoo. We will add the number of days we were closed (up to 43 days) at the time of acceptance plus the number of days it took for you to become available (up to 9 days) .
Depending on whether you wish to re-enroll, we will respond according to the above (1) or (2).

If you have any other questions, "please email us".
We apologize for any inconvenience, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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