JACKSON – Six Flags Nice Journey & Safari and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor will open in mid-Could, “or as quickly as attainable thereafter” because the amusement park switches its schedule in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The park has “quickly suspended operations,” Six Flags stated.
“Whereas there have been no reported circumstances of COVID-19 on the property, the protection of our visitors, crew members, and animals is at all times our highest precedence,” the park stated in an announcement. “We are going to proceed to intently monitor this evolving state of affairs, and comply with probably the most present steerage from federal, state, and native officers.”
For visitors with pay as you go tickets, the legitimate dates have been prolonged to the tip of the 2020 season. For present 2020 season go holders, the passes will likely be prolonged for the variety of working days the park is quickly closed.
Six Flags Nice Journey Members will obtain a month for every month that the park is closed, plus a free membership stage improve for the remainder of the 2020 season and different advantages.
Extra info is on the market on Six Flags’ web site.
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