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Cedar Point Will Not Require You to Wear a Mask

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It's getting warm and finding activities to do with friends and family is a must but we cannot forget that the virus is still very real!

A lot of places are starting to relax their rules since more people are getting the vaccine and the numbers are starting to decrease.

For some, that means that they can go back to normal and enjoy the outdoors with their friends and family, for others it means a mask will forever be needed.

In an article from Fox 2 News called "Cedar point won't require masks or limit capacity on rides this year - here's what else to know" by Jack Nissen stated

"Cedar Point won't require masks of its patrons and won't limit ride capacity when it reopens this spring.

The Ohio-based amusement park plans to open to the public on May 14. Anyone interested in going will need to reserve a ticket ahead of time.

Both Cedar Point's main park and its waterpark will require ticket reservations before attending, whether it be a single-day ticket or a season pass. The park will mandate face coverings for anyone 10 years or older when they are inside, while masks won't be required outdoors unless social distancing isn't possible."

One thing the amusement park makes very clear is that a reservation is required to enter the park unless you plan on staying at the amusement park hotel.

Lastly, when you arrive at the park you will be asked questions regarding your symptoms to verify if you are a risk to the park and the people around you.

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