New England's LARGEST theme park is gearing up for it's big reopening next month. Here's what you need to know...
With the state of Massachusetts easing covid restrictions in coming weeks, Six Flags New England is going to be able to reopen next month at 50% capacity. The park will open it's doors to members and season pass holders on May 14 and then to the general public on May 15.
Some of the new safety protocols put in place include:
- State of the art thermal imaging for temperature checks.
- Advanced security screening technology for touchless bag checks.
- All guests will need to reserve their visit to manage attendance and stagger arrival times.
- Employees and guests must wear a mask throughout the park except when eating/drinking.
- Dining areas will be adjusted to allow ample space between parties.
- Modified menus will help facilitate touchless transactions.
- Self service buffets and salad bars will be modified to eliminate guest contact with food.
- Guests will be separated by empty rows and/or seats on roller coasters, rides and attractions.
- Reduced capacity at indoor venues and attractions.
- Multiple hand washing and alcohol based hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the park.
- Extensive sanitization and disinfecting protocols will be upheld with trained team members disinfecting high touch points and other areas throughout the park.
To learn more about the park's reopening and other safety procedures, visit sixflags.com/newengland.
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