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Six Flags Plans Socially Distanced Scares; Las Vegas Accused of “Gambling with Lives”

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The zombies might not be six feet under — but they will be six feet away at Six Flags during their Halloween events.

Plus, cell phone data reportedly shows that are “are a likely hotbed for the spread of COVID-19” — especially because they make contract tracing so difficult.

Those are some of today’s travel headlines I thought you, too, may find interesting.

Socially Distanced Halloween at Six Flags

Fox News reports several Six Flags parks will host HallowFest — a socially distanced celebration of Halloween this year.

Gone are the haunted houses and mazes. Remaining, though, are “scareactors” who thrill, terrify, and scare the bejesus (or at least try to) out of guests — from six feet away.

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2 Comments

  1. Miles Jackson Reply

    Great article on the cellphone tracking data! Those graphics from the article are eye-opening! No one wishes any industry to be depressed or penalized during this pandemic, but gosh! The lead photo showing the crowd walking the Fremont Street Experience demonstrates the underlying problem; inconsistent face mask usage. Mayor Carolyn Goodman should mandate protective masks 100% of the time when in public.

    • The Governor of Nevada already has mandated face masks. No need for the Mayor to do the same.

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