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All guests over the age of 2 were required to wear masks at Six Flags Over Georgia when it reopened for the 2021 season in March. The theme park has now said vaccinated customers and employees do not have to wear masks.

Based on new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance stating that vaccinated people need not wear masks in most settings, Austell’s Six Flags Over Georgia and Marietta’s Six Flags White Water will no longer require masks for customers and employees.

Unvaccinated customers are still encouraged to wear masks.

Temperature screening, reservations and social distancing requirements have also been done away with.

Six Flags opened for daily operation May 21 and White Water opened for daily operation May 28.

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