California’s Department of Public Health is poised to issue guidelines for reopening theme parks, and some of the state’s operators are already pushing back.
Parks would be allowed to reopen at just 25% of capacity and would have to limit visitors to people living within a certain distance, according to Carlye Wisel, an industry podcaster. They’ll also require advance reservations and mandatory face coverings.
HEADS UP: got a tip that Newsom may submit theme park guidance this evening.
according to the tip, restrictions include:
– requiring advanced ticket sales
– 25% park occupancy
– face coverings
– admission limited to people residing within a certain distance of the parks3:51 AM · Oct 1, 2020
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