The owners say they've followed CDC protocols and claim there's no evidence that shows the virus spreads in places like pools or water parks.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Two indoor water parks are suing over Gov. Tom Wolf’s new coronavirus mitigation efforts.

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The Woodlands at St. Barnabas — which operates the Pirate’s Cove Water Park in Butler County — and Kalahari Resorts are suing Gov. Tom wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine.

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The owners say they’ve followed CDC protocols for months and claim there is no evidence that the coronavirus spreads in places like pools or water parks.

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Both water parks have to remain closed until Jan. 4 under the latest round of restrictions.