He then went on to list several ways the theme park experience will change once their doors do open to the public — all of which he says have been vetted by health and safety officials. The 10 most noteworthy are as follows. 

Park employees will also have to make a number of changes in order to keep guests safe. 

Sproules noted that staff will start training on the new safety measures this weekend in preparation for the opening. They will be required to do self-temperature checks at home daily and once they arrive to work. They will also observe social distancing requirements in break areas and will no longer share wardrobes.

Staff will also be urged to practice social distancing outside the park, to keep themselves safe and healthy. 

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