VALENCIA (CBSLA) — Your next trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain may look a little different.

The amusement park has been closed since last month, but the CEO of Six Flags said the company is working on a health and safety plan for reopening.

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The plan will include face masks, temperature checks, and constant sanitation.

A limit on the number of riders allowed in line for a ride will also be enforced.

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Six Flags Magic Mountain plans to reopen in mid-May or “as soon as possible thereafter.”