WEST MIFFLIN (KDKA) — Kennywood has removed its three “Mask Break Zones” from the park just days after opening to the public.
According to Kennywood spokesman Nick Paradise, the park is removing the three designated zones, which allowed parkgoers to remove their masks for a short break while social distancing.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Weather: Warm Weekend With Some Stray Showers Begin The Weekend
The park spokesman says they decided to get rid of the zones Monday night after receiving a lot of feedback.READ MORE: U.S. Steel Looking For Site To Build New Steel Mill
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The park first opened to season passholders on Friday, and the general public yesterday. The summer season opening was delayed several weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The three designated areas of the park were near the windmill, the Garden Stage, and Pavillion 16 behind Kiddieland.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh International Airport Introduces New Dogs To The 'Paws Team'
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