COVID-19

Xtreme Play is committed to the health and safety of our guests, employees in our care. We have worked diligently with state and local health officials, outside consultants, and attraction industry leaders to enhance our health and safety, and cleanliness standards. These protocols and guidelines will be updated based on evolving industry standards and methodologies, public health and governmental directives, and advancing scientific knowledge on the transmissibility of COVID-19.

OVERALL ENHANCEMENTS TO ENSURE EMPLOYEE & GUEST SAFETY

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Employee Temperature Screening

When employees arrive on-property, they must undergo and pass temperature screening using Connecticut state guidelines temperature recommendation of 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Face Coverings

Employees and guests 2 years of age and older must wear face coverings while in the park.

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Physical Distancing

To promote proper physical distancing throughout the park, we will install signage and markings throughout our guest areas (including on the ground) to identify appropriate, six-foot physical distancing.

Cafe chair seating will also be modified to maintain physical distancing. We also encourage contactless payments, and plexiglass will be installed in high-traffic or close-contact areas to maintain a physical barrier. Queue lines for all attractions will have markings for physical distancing and.

We will have hand sanitizer available at the entrance and exit of all attractions and increase cleaning and sanitizing frequency.

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Cleaning & Sanitation

To protect our guests’ and employees’ health and safety, we will significantly increase both the frequency of cleaning for all key areas of the park (including employee spaces) and the number of hand sanitization stations across each attraction, especially in high-contact areas.

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COVID-19 Training

All XtremePlay employees will receive COVID-19 specific training to cover all new enhanced park operating procedures. The training will include the most current guidance from the CDC and other local and state health advisors.