WEST MIFFLIN (KDKA) – Kennywood reopened to season pass holders this weekend and on Monday will be open to the general public.

The park’s reopening included a host of new safety measures including temperature checks, having guests buy tickets in advance, and requiring face-coverings for all guests entering the park.

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However, Kennywood does have three areas of the park designated as “Mask Break Zones.” In these parts of the park, guests do not have to wear a mask while taking a rest.

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Three areas of the park, near the windmill, the Garden Stage, and Pavillion 16 behind Kiddieland.

In a Facebook post, Kennywood describes these as “socially-distant mask break zones.”

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Signs in front of these areas ask guests to limit their time in the area to 10 minutes and to observe social distancing.