kenban wrote:I think it is possible the Ohio parks do open this year, but it will not be normal operations. There is also little chance it will be in May like they have announced.
If its anything like Universal Singapore, we will see restrictions on anything that can generate a crowd, and direct interactions. My understanding was the only parts of Universal which were operating were the rides, food service, and shops. No shows, no parades, no tours, basically no live entertainment. With those restrictions, I could see how Cedar Point and Kings Island might open this year. But it will not be what most guests are expecting or used to experiencing.
USS also had to shut down completely once numbers started to spike more in the area. A better example would be Everland which didn't shut at all when Korea had a drastic increase but required all guests to wear masks, consent to a temperature check and be turned away if you have a fever, indoor rides closed and strongly recommended spaces between people.