SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Family entertainment center Boomers! is reopening its Vista location this weekend with health and safety modifications in place.
The location on 1525 W. Vista Way was closed over three months ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but on Saturday, June 20, guests will be allowed to return.
In a press release, officials said, “Boomers Vista will build upon its longstanding commitment to cleanliness and safety by implementing a series of measures following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and best practices within the amusement and attractions industries.”
The following measures will be in place at the Vista facility:
-- The center and mini golf course will operate under limited capacity
-- Face coverings/masks required for all guests and staff members; kids under 3 won’t be required to wear face coverings, guests can remove masks when eating
-- Employees will be we wearing personal protective equipment such as face shields and gloves
-- Six feet of social distancing between parties are required; markers are posted throughout the property, including parking lots and entrances
-- Temperature checks will be conducted for all guests and workers upon entry
-- Guests and all staff are being asked to frequently wash hands
-- Hand sanitizer stations will be located throughout the center
-- Staff will carry out frequent sanitization of high-touch surfaces and rides and high-traffic locations
Facility General Manager Garrett Gross said, “The health and safety of our Guests and Team Members continues to be our number one priority as we work to welcome guests back to the Park. We will continue working with our local leaders, health experts and our industry colleagues to ensure best practices are in place at Boomers Vista.”
Gross added, “We will serve our Guests safely and effectively by limiting capacity, verifying all entrants do not have a temperature at or above 100.4° Fahrenheit and are wearing proper facial coverings, and following the CDC’s recommendations on cleaning, social distancing and sanitizing.”
The reopening of the Vista location comes nearly three weeks after the El Cajon and Kearny centers both closed down, with officials citing the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.