February 22 Six Flags Amusement Park recently announced that it will reopen this year and will hire new employees.
According to Fox News, on the 19th local time, Texas-based Six Flags Amusement Park announced that it planned to reopen all parks in 2021, a total of 26. The reopened campuses include five parks that have been closed in 2020 due to the epidemic.
The company said it intends to recruit thousands of employees through online recruitment activities.
Senior vice president Bonnie Weber said at a press conference that the company is currently working to “set a date for reopening” its campuses in California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Mexico City and Canada.
Six Flags Amusement Park initially closed all campus operations in mid-March 2020, and did not resume its first campus operations until June 5.
20 campuses have since returned to operations after introducing new cleaning, sanitation and social distancing protocols by the end of 2020.