National Aquarium Lifts COVID Vaccine Mandate
The National Aquarium is lifting the guest vaccine requirement beginning Friday, February 25.
Guests will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination in order to enter the Aquarium. The National Aquarium made this decision after carefully considering the latest scientific and medical information available on the subject.
Baltimore and Maryland have seen a significant decrease in COVID-related hospitalizations, prompting the state to ease vaccine requirements. The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland has also decreased in recent weeks. This good news comes as health officials continue to urge residents to take precautions.
So if you are ready to head out and have a little fun, you can book our Aquarium Parking Special Here.
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