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The zoo will remain closed until at least April 1 but says its animal care and animal health teams will continue caring for the animals daily.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has not received any reports of wildlife or pets becoming sick with COVID-19.
The American Veterinary Medical Association said animals are not at risk for contracting COVID-19.