VALENCIA, Calif. (KABC) -- We are getting a look at what the "new normal" could look like when Six Flags Magic Mountain reopens.
In a recent conference call, Six Flags CEO Michael Spanos laid out the health and safety plan, including the use of face masks, temperature checks, virtual queuing, mobile ordering, physical distancing and frequent sanitization.
Magic Mountain closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Spanos says the park will be ready to reopen in the next few weeks.
Magic Mountain details health and safety plans for reopening of park
As Six Flags Magic Mountain hopes to reopen on a few weeks, the CEO announced a series of health and safety measures, including the use of face masks and temperature checks.