JULIE WATSON Associated Press SAN DIEGO (AP) — There will be no packed double-decker safari buses with tour guides rolling through the San Diego Zoo, nor animal shows that draw crowds — nor breakfast buffets at hotels. Instead, hotels are adorning lobbies with hand sanitizing dispensers and will be limiting how many people lounge by pools. And the zoo is putting entertainers on its double-decker buses to hold moving shows while people stand on green circles to keep them six feet apart. Every visitor over the age of two will be required to wear face coverings. California's tourism industry is gearing back up just as summer gets underway, though it will not be the same. The state is giving the green light for counties to allow hotels, zoos, aquariums and museums to reopen Friday. Go
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