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Six Flags Magic Mountain will requiring proof of COVID vaccination or negative test results from all guests 12 and older


Starting Thursday, Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia and Universal Studios Hollywood in Universal City will start requiring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or negative virus test results from all visitors 12 and more established.

Six Flags is requiring it on specific days, while Universal Studios is asking visitors to consistently be ready to show their vaccine proof or test outcomes.

Up until now, days that will require proof of vaccination at Six Flags are Oct. 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31 — all Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

Six Flags will have free nearby fast coronavirus testing accessible on the select days for the people who can’t show proof of vaccination or present a test outcome they got inside 72 hours before their visit.

The amusement parks changed their standards to follow ongoing Los Angeles County Department of Public Health decides that require the additional shields at open air “mega events” with hordes of in excess of 10,000 individuals.

Six Flags set up rules for quite a long time might actually draw in visitors at the “mega event levels,” officials said in a news discharge Wednesday.

In the interim, Universal Studios Hollywood says “verification will happen when required dependent on amusement park attendance,” however advises visitors to bring proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test each time they visit.

On the dates that are designated as mega event days, Six Flags visitors matured 2 and more seasoned will likewise be needed to wear masks consistently, including while outdoors — aside from when eating or drinking. On different days, the veiling might be required indoors.

At Universal Studios, masks are needed consistently, both indoors and outdoors, paying little mind to vaccination status.

Beginning Nov. 1, all visitors 18 and more established will likewise be needed to show photograph identification to enter the park.

To smooth out park entry when vaccine proof is required, Six Flags banded together with collaborating CLEAR, an application with a free digital vaccine card feature.

The amusement park says coming up next are likewise satisfactory approaches to show vaccination status:

The white CDC vaccination card or a copy of it. Furthermore, beginning Nov. 1, a picture ID will be required also

A photograph of the vaccine card put away on a telephone or electronic gadget

Documentation of the individual’s full COVID-19 vaccination from a health care supplier.

The white CDC vaccination card or a photocopy of it. And starting Nov. 1, a photo ID will be needed as well
A photo of the vaccine card stored on a phone or electronic device
Documentation of the person’s full COVID-19 vaccination from a health care provider.
Coronavirus test results must be available before trying to enter the park and should include the person’s name, type of test performed and a negative test result. The test must be performed within the 72 hours prior to visiting the park.

Guests who wish to use CLEAR can download the app, tap the blue digital vaccine card tile and then enroll by verifying their identity and taking a selfie. Users can then add proof of vaccination by uploading their CDC vaccine card, scanning the QR code they got from the state or directly linking to a vaccine provider or pharmacy.

CLEAR clients will enjoy expedited entry to Six Flags Magic Mountain, park officials said.

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