Amid pandemic, trampoline park reopens with coronavirus precautions
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, a trampoline park in Brownsville is reopening — with a few changes.
Capacity is limited to 25% and customers must wear masks, said Jack Soto, the general manager of Get Air, a trampoline park with locations in Brownsville and McAllen. Staff called "lifeguards" enforce social distancing.
Sanitation is another big priority. Staff wipe down shared spaces and high-contact areas to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
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