Quebec’s biggest amusement park has strapped in for its reopening at the end of July.
In accordance with public health, La Ronde will begin operating at reduced capacity on July 25, 26, 31, and August 1 and 2 to its members and season pass holders before opening to the general public for the summer on August 3.
After the park’s initial reopening phase, La Ronde will gradually increase attendance capacity throughout the rest of August.
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The park is implementing “extensive new safety measures and protocols” including what Six Flags calls new advanced technology to protect its guests and employees.
“La Ronde is a much-beloved summer tradition for many Quebecers, and we look forward to welcoming them back to the park as we introduce new safety procedures for everyone’s
protection,” said Park President Janine Durette. “The health and safety of our guests and team members remains our number one priority.”
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La Ronde’s reopening plan includes health screening for guests and staff members, strictly enforced physical distancing, sanitization stations and disinfecting protocols, commercial-grade cleaning, park reservations, and multi-layered communication options.
The park has initiated an online reservation system to schedule guests for entry by days and staggers arrival times to minimize proximity within the park. According to La Ronde’s website, the process takes five to seven minutes and will ensure a safer environment within the amusement park.