Denmark has given the green light for theme parks and zoos to reopen on the condition that only guests who present a negative corona test result may enter.
SourceThe amusement parks and zoos in Denmark have permission to reopen from next week. There is an important condition attached to the reopening: all visitors must be able to present a negative corona test that must not be older than 72 hours.
Most Danish theme parks plan to start the new season in late March or late April. Amusement park Bakken, for example, wants to open its gates on Friday 26 March, followed by Legoland Billund and Tivoli Gardens on Saturday 27 March.
Tivili Friheden announces that visitors are welcome again from Thursday 1 April. Djurs Sommerland, Fårup Sommerland and BonBon-Land are waiting until Friday, April 30. Animal parks will probably open earlier.
Whether indoor attractions and restaurants may be operational in the future is still being considered. Employees will check at the entrance whether visitors have a negative test result. Anyone who often wants to go to an amusement park will have to be tested for the corona virus regularly.