In a statement addressed to park-goers, Six Flags President and CEO Mike Spanos said he recognizes and understands that "you all have concerns about the coronavirus."
He added that employees who are sick are being asked to stay home. If an employee is found to have a fever at work, “we will immediately release them to see their medical provider,” he said.
“We hope that these measures give you confidence that we are taking the necessary precautions in this evolving situation,” Spanos said. “We remain committed to providing you and your family with friendly, clean, fast and safe service.”
Six Flags over Georgia is not the only park to remain open despite increasing coronavirus concerns. The Atlanta Fair announced in a Facebook post Thursday that it will operate as scheduled, AJC.com reported.
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On Thursday afternoon, Disney announced it will close its Disneyland theme park in California and Disney World in Orlando due to COVID-19.
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