Guidelines and resources for re-opening and operating attractions
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SubjectCOVID-19 (Disease)--South Carolina--Prevention; Attractions--Safety measures; Amusement rides--South Carolina--Safety measures; Amusement parks--South Carolina--Safety measures; Motion picture theaters--South Carolina--Safety measures; Theaters--South Carolina--Safety measures; Zoos----South Carolina--Safety measures; Historic buildings--South Carolina--Safety measures
These recommendations are intended to provide general operating guidelines for all types of attraction facilities, including but not limited to aquariums, zoos, museums, historic buildings and sites, waterparks, amusement parks, live production theaters and movie theaters.
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