With the Governor’s announcement last week, New York’s indoor attractions and outdoor amusement and water parks will reopen in the coming weeks.
“We are pleased to have been able to work with the Governor’s administration on getting this accomplished before the traditional start of the season,” said Eric Anderson, president of NEAAPA. “It will be great to see our members operating again, including indoor attractions.”
“We are especially pleased and wish to thank Governor Cuomo and his staff for their willingness to learn the intimate details of our business, how we keep people safe every day and what it takes to get open each year. Their efforts, precautions and desire to get our industry going again were key in establishing our return in the 2021 season,” said Anderson.
Some of the key points of the reopening guidance will include a 33 percent capacity limit for outdoor amusement and water parks and 25 percent capacity for indoor attractions, along with face coverings and social distancing for all guests and staff.
NEAAPA and its members will continue working with the Governor’s Office until the guidelines have been published.
Read the full press release online at https://neaapa.com/neaapa-news/.