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403793 04: Asiatic Black Bear Donnatella plays with a deflated volleyball in her cage April 12, 2002 at the Kabul Zoo. Donnatella is receiving a regimen of antibiotics to treat her snout while caretakers await the results of a biopsy to determine what should be done for her. Veterinarians think her snout was injured in a beating incident. The North Carolina Zoological Park has donated $400,000 to the Kabul zoo to help the animals and improve their dismal conditions. (Photo by Natalie Behring-Chisholm/Getty Images)

Slowly, businesses are starting to reopen, but we all know life as we once knew will not be the same. COVID has put new procedures in place in every business across the country.

Honestly, some procedures aren’t extremely bad, but I can say hopefully Americans will be a lot more conscience now more than ever. Well, the North Carolina Zoo has announced their reopening date. I’m really excited about it because I love taking my kids to the zoo. A lot of zoo’s are doing timed tickets so that the park will never exceed capacity. Will you be heading to the zoo?