Six Flags closed nationwide March 13 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The company, like many other attractions across the country, is adjusting to the new normal with a slew of safety measures and procedures, including temperature checks, mobile food ordering, mask requirements for employees and all guests over the age of 2, distance markers throughout the park and separating roller coaster riders to comply with social distancing guidelines. You can learn more about these changes by visiting the park's website.
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“Six Flags Over Georgia and White Water are two of the most popular summertime family traditions in the southeast, and we look forward to welcoming guests back to our beautiful parks to enjoy a safe, fun environment,” said Park President Dale Kaetzel. “The safety of our guests and team members remains our number one priority. We want to thank our incredible team members, elected officials and all essential workers who have supported us and our community throughout the past several months.”