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Star City reopens on February 24, unvaccinated minors welcome

/ 03:21 PM February 15, 2022
Starting February 24, amusement park Star City will reopen its doors to visitors, even to minors who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19.

From Star City’s Facebook post

MANILA, Philippines — Starting February 24, amusement park Star City will reopen its doors to visitors, even to minors who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19.

In a Facebook post over the weekend, Star City said they will be open from Thursday to Sunday from 12 noon to 8 pm.

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Star City, which will be operating at maximum 50 percent indoor venue capacity and 70 percent outdoor capacity, will also impose the minimum public health standards.

Those below 18 years old may enter even if they are not vaccinated.

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However, adult guests aged 18 and above should be fully vaccinated. “They have to show their vaccination cards at the gate before entry,” the Star City management said.

Wearing of face masks inside the park is also mandatory.

Star City deferred their initial reopening date of January 14, or during the height of COVID-19 infections in Metro Manila.

The Pasay-based amusement park will reopen more than two years after the fire which destroyed the establishment.

JPV

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