CARLSBAD, CA – Just over two weeks after reopening, the Sea Life Aquarium at Legoland California Resort closed again on Tuesday as new coronavirus restrictions took effect in San Diego County.
After two weeks of increasing COVID-19 cases, county public health officials on Monday halted all indoor operations at businesses such as bars, restaurants, museums, zoos, card rooms, theaters and family entertainment centers. The restrictions went into effect Tuesday morning and will be in place for at least three weeks.
The Carlsbad Aquarium is closed until further notice, according to Legoland California Resort.
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“The safety and health of our guests, staff and marine animals remain our top priority as we navigate these unpredictable times,” the aquarium said in a statement.
The Sea Life Aquarium – along with the Legoland Theme Park and Water Park – closed in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The aquarium reopened on June 20 after being closed for three months.
For more information on pre-booked aquarium reservations, visit legoland.com/sealifefaqs.