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Six Flags has announced its plans to reopen all 26 locations this year. After the coronavirus outbreak last year, Six Flags closed down many locations.

The Six Flags location, Fiesta Texas, opened back up last summer; however, the park was temporarily only accessible to members and season pass holders.
As of now, if you plan on visiting the theme park, you will need to make reservations in advance. This will help keep track of the daily foot traffic in the park. You can access the park hours and schedule in the Fiesta Texas calendar HERE and learn more about reservations HERE.

The parks are undergoing some different protocols to better flow with the current times and situation. There will be contactless temperature checks and touchless bag checks with the use of advanced security screening technology. In order to keep guests and employees as safe as possible, the parks will be implementing some of the other new protocols, which include mobile food ordering through their mobile app and staggering guest arrival times. It is also required that anyone over the age of two wear a mask.

Employees will also be following safety measures to keep the park as sanitized and disinfected as possible. There will be sanitizer all-around parks for guests to have access to and handwashing stations spread out everywhere.

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The park opening will be a good change in pace for many. It has been a year of change and supreme adjustments, but we can begin to have a little fun and stress relief with the utmost safety and precaution. I know I can't wait to load up the car with friends, have a quick daycation, and ease our way back into normalcy.

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