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Dollywood Eases COVID Restrictions; No Masks Required Outside

dolly parton speaks into a mic
In 2013, Dolly Parton speaks during a news conference to annouce plans to expand her Dollywood properties in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (AP Photo/Amy Smotherman Burgess, Knoxville News Sentinel)

By    |   Wednesday, 14 April 2021 05:59 PM

Dollywood, the amusement park of legendary country music artist Dolly Parton, has pulled back on its COVID-19 restrictions. Guests, as of April 12, according to Dollywood's website, can choose to wear masks outside in socially distanced areas, but masks will be required "at all ticketing areas, park entry, on rides and trams, in queues, all indoor areas and areas where guests cannot socially distance outdoors."

"Our outdoor areas," the site lists, "where six feet of distance can be maintained between parties, are now mask-optional spaces."

Guests and employees of the park will still be required to take self-assessments, but temperature checks will no longer be taken.

According to The Hill, Parton recently donated a sizable contribution to the Moderna vaccine. She posted a tweet of her receiving the vaccine saying, "Dolly gets a dose of her own medicine."

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Dollywood, the amusement park of legendary country music artist Dolly Parton, has pulled back on its COVID-19 restrictions. Guests, as of April 12, according to Dollywood's website, can choose to wear masks outside in socially distanced areas,...
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