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  1. Who knows! I'm curious to see if any additional conditions will be put on the parks that were not given permission to reopen in 2020. Let's hope it's status quo and does get more lax as the year goes on.
  2. Who knows what their insurance companies and lawyers are going to require. The Miami Heat are using covid-sniffing dogs (or requiring a rapid negative test if you're allergic or afraid of dogs) to screen people entering their games, so I'm not ruling anything out at this point.
  3. The article mentions a vaccine or negative test results within so many hours. Negative test results are already being widely used as an alternative to quarantining for many different things, such as traveling and some events, so it might not really be any different in that aspect, and you still wouldn't necessarily need a vaccine. I hope things do continue to improve as the year goes on. While you never know with insurance and liability these days, I hope something like that isn't necessary.
  4. ^ It wouldn't surprise me if at some point when the vaccine is more widely available, parks start requiring something like the vaccine passport that's been tossed around as a possibly.
  5. I think 2021 was going to look like 2020 regardless. New variants have been popping up since the beginning, but it's only recently that news media outlets started widely reporting it and bringing attention to them. I really don't think those will cause any parks to drastically alter their 2021 operating plans.
  6. Ideal: I wanted to do a Kings Island, Kentucky Kingdom, and Holiday World trip this summer that never happened, so ideally I'd like to try that again in 2021. Dollywood Disneyland Carowinds Realistic The Kings Island trip could realistically still happen, but that's a "wait and see where the world is" type of deal, and something that can be planned fairly spur of the moment. Cedar Point Kennywood No complaints if my "realistic" list is all I do in 2021 (or even just CP), but I do miss trying out new parks that I've never been to.
  7. I'm not too worried about it. It won't realistically be for a while until I'd get there, so I'm confident that their decision will increase reliability.
  8. I couldn't care less what this track is made of. I'm just excited that I can finally plan a future trip and experience this coaster without having to worry about whether it'll be operating or not.
  9. I'm hoping they will still offer their usual black friday ticket & fast lane+ deal this year. Having that this past summer was a lifesaver.
  10. I really love this new forum!!! The best part is discovering all the cool new features.
  11. One of the things I'm most interested in is not how already-open parks will change, but how many additional parks will be open in 2021. Will the ones that opted to stay closed for all of 2020 decide to put a plan in place to open next year, and/or even have the approval to do so? I'll definitely be following that aspect closely.
  12. That seems to be what Hershey is doing, except for the Racers and Wildcat, and I have yet to hear of any publicly-known issues from it so far. I was there 3 weeks ago, so safe to say at this point that I've not gotten sick from that approach. Even the close quarters of Fahrenheit's seating had people loaded in every row. I get that parks just want to play it safe until more information is known, but I agree that maybe there can be a little leeway with that at this point moving forward.
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