“My kids are a little scared now.”
—Shiba Inu at the Brooklyn Zoo article My kids are terrified now.
The new quarantine rules are in place at the New York City Zoo, the world’s largest.
The zoo’s animal services department said the new quarantine measures, which went into effect on Thursday, are designed to protect the public from the spread of rabies, the virus that has killed more than 40,000 people in recent years.
The rules are meant to help protect the animals, according to a statement from the zoo.
The zoo, located in Brooklyn, has been one of the busiest sanctuaries in the country.
The New Orleans-based zoo, which operates two zoos, has one of America’s largest populations of the primates.
The zoos’ new quarantine requirements, announced on Thursday afternoon, were designed to keep the animals from entering the facilities.
Zoos have been under strict restrictions since the pandemic, which has killed nearly 9,000 of the world-famous primates.
In addition to the new rabies quarantine, New York State also announced a series of measures to protect New York’s zoos.
The governor’s office said the state will add a “public health quarantine” to its quarantine list, and the state Department of Health will establish a “human rabies response team” to help enforce the quarantine.
New York Gov.
Andrew Cuomo and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are also set to issue orders to quarantine the city’s public pools, which also have been the most popular destination for people seeking to visit the zoo’s circuses and other events.
As the new order takes effect, there will be no longer be a pool at the zoo, according a statement on the zoo website.
Zoo officials said the zoo will “continue to be committed to maintaining and enhancing our facilities to support the health and well-being of our animals.”
The zoo is still taking donations for its upcoming pandemic response team, which will include vets, social workers, and other animal services personnel.