Hershey_flags wrote:The state of Maryland is allowing Six Flags America to continue construction inside the park. While I have not seen any photos of the renovated entrance area, there were a few photos posted of Harley Quinn!
Good for them! Looks great.
Great. Now in addition to the park's curse of Eleanor, this ride will have the Curse of Coronavirus! Construction should've been halted. Lives are at risk!
As long as proper safety precautions are taken (i.e. wearing masks and gloves, frequently washing and sanitizing hands, maintaining safe distance), I think it's probably ok to continue outdoor construction.
1. El Toro 2. El Toro 3. El Toro 4. El Toro --- I'm not good at ranking...
Construction is already dangerous. If parks are delayed opening and improvement plans are also delayed, even though they've started paying for them already, that's a double hit. Also workers may have other projects scheduled later.
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