Willliamsburg, California (AP) A new amusement park attraction at the William’s amusement park will open in fall.
The park, in Southern California’s Riverside County, has been closed since August due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The amusement park operator has not said how many people will use the attraction, called Aloha.
The California Department of Public Health announced on Wednesday that the amusement park is open.
The park opened in August and has had guests on a limited basis since then, but the number of people using it will be restricted to guests who are medically evacuated.
The county is also considering extending its closure to the rest of the state.
Aloha has been popular in the United States for years, but is still a novelty in China.
It opened in Hong Kong in June and has been shuttered there since September.