Six Flags opened its doors to boost business and provide a fun alternative for visitors.
Although the authorities have indicated that the coronavirus would present a re- outbreak that could extend until 2021 , the amusement park has announced its reopening in accordance with the protocols requested by the government of Mexico City.
“The local authorities gave us permission to open the park with a capacity of 30%, but we are starting with less than 30% and, so far, we have 13% of the park’s capacity,” explained Erika Berumen, manager from Six Flags promotions to the MILENIO newspaper.
As of last October 23, the amusement park restarted its activities with its respective prevention measures.
Within those measures, Six Flags announced that the maximum visitor capacity will be controlled to maximize available space. In addition, a new reservation and contact system will be implemented in order to reduce crowds.
“All lines will be watched to ensure that social distancing is promoted. The dining areas will be reconfigured to encourage sufficient distance between groups. In areas where strangers are together, there will be a free space of two meters, ”explained the park.
Similarly, Six Flags specified that customized plans were developed for each of its amusement rides and attractions to minimize contact between groups and follow healthy distance guidelines.
Sites that are not outdoors will have a maximum capacity. All spaces will be sanitized, as will the objects with which visitors constantly interact.
“There will be sanitation modules throughout the park; hand washing stations will abound, ” Six Flags noted .
A few months ago, we told you about the fastest and highest roller coaster in the world that will be at Six Flags … Would you dare to populate it in the current context?