Wildlife safari in winston will remain open during gov.
Kate brown stay at home order.
Kezi 9 news reporter evita garza shows us why staff are calling the park an escape from the panic.
Trt: 1:28 00:00 take lower it business as usual for staff at wildlife safari&.
People who are coming through are just incredibly appreciative?
Even though covid-19 concerns continue to grow throughout the nation.
00:11 dan van slyke, executive director, wildlife safari: theye like, i can believe youe open.
The kids are climbing the walls, ready to lose their minds inside?
Last week, executive director dan van slyke announced they would keep the park open&despite gov.
Brown stay at home order.
He says theye at an advantage.... because the park primarily functions as a drive through.?the whole park was designed around this idea that you could be in your car, drive through the park, enjoy wild animals really safe?
00:41 evita:?with schools closed, van slyke says the drive through is the perfect place to get the kids out of the house?
Other employees tell me they're proud to give people a safe space to come amongst all the panic.
00:57 dan brands, general curator.
Wildlife safari: "just the family units in the car going through the drive through, you cant get anymore social distancing than that."
The drive through will be open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm.
However, the walk through exhbit will be closed until further notice.
Van slkye says they have no plans on shutting down the drive through anytime soon.?wee one of those few places in the community that providing a little bit of escape in a time when people really need it?
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