Six Flags Entertainment announced Friday its plans to open all of its theme parks and waterparks for the 2021 season.
The company will be celebrating its 60th anniversary season.
Six Flags will be requiring masks on staff and guests again this year, and guest attendance will be closely monitored in parks to maintain local capacity regulations in states, as well as Mexico City and Canada.
Contactless temperature checks and security screenings will also be required.
Park reopening dates are subject to change based on local, state and federal guidelines related to COVID-19.
Six Flags is promising safety measures that meet or exceed federal, state and local guidelines for sanitization, hygiene and social distancing protocols, including mobile reservations and contactless food service through their app.
Six Flags St. Louis is scheduled to reopen March 20th.