Six Flags is shutting down its parks throughout the United States due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
In a statement, the park said it was to close its gates temporarily, suspending operation until the end of March when the situation will be reassessed.
Mike Spanos, president and CEO of Six Flags said: “Our goal is to support our team members and our communities by never compromising the safety of guests or employees.
“Since the onset of COVID-19, we have followed the guidance of federal, state and local authorities. As of today, many states have declared a state of emergency and are recommending that all non-essential gatherings of large groups be postponed or cancelled,” Spanos added.