Six Flags plans to open all 26 parks with restrictions

Six Flags plans to open all 26 of its amusement and water parks this season with restrictions.
The company says it worked with epidemiologists to develop a safe reopening plan.
Reservations will be required, and the number of visitors will be limited. All staff members and guests must wear masks and get their temperatures taken. Social distancing will also be required on rides, seating areas and when standing in line.
Many of the parks are set to reopen in the next few weeks.
The company's senior vice president of park operations says Six Flags safely entertained millions of guests last year in 21 of its 26 parks.