MONTREAL | The reopening date of La Ronde amusement park should be known by the end of the week.
The government gave the green light to the opening of the amusement parks on June 25, and since then, the opening date of the Montreal park has been awaited by thrill seekers.
“Since mid-March, our maintenance staff have not had access to the park to carry out inspections and maintenance. It’s not as easy to open. We will make an announcement In the coming days, “Six Flags spokesperson Karina Thevenin confirmed on Wednesday.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services indicates that the amusement park can resume its activities if it complies with the health security plan COVID-19 intended for the tourist industry.
La Ronde has already announced that when it reopens it will use a reservation system so that it can check the number of customers In the park at the same time.
If we trust the plan that Six Flags has prepared for the reopening of its Frontier Line park In Oklahoma City In the United States, several other measures could be put In place.
Customers’ temperature could be taken at the entrance, and a security system would allow bags to be inspected without employees having to touch them. Restaurant orders would be made using cell phones.
The various surfaces, including the cars, would be disinfected frequently and the employees would wear a mask, gloves and safety glasses.