MONTREAL | The Round is still awaiting government approval to open its doors and will put in place a booking system to ensure that the social distancing is always possible in the amusement park.
A publicist of the chain of fun, Six Flags, owner of The Round since 2001, has confirmed the information to 24 Hours.
The chain has already made the announcement of this kind of system in other of its amusement parks.
Park users will have to choose a day fixed for their passage, and the registration will take about seven minutes. No entry will be tolerated without reservation, one can read in a letter signed by the CEO of the company, Mike Spanos.
According to an employee of the famous park of the island of Sainte-Helene, all the staff must wear masks and gloves when you re-open.
The Round was announced on 30 march that it would postpone its opening, and was confirmed a few days later the cancellation of the season des Feux Loto-Québec.
For the first time since its opening in 1967, the amusement park did not open its doors in mid-may, as this is the usual case.