Panic Attack Haunted Attraction in Columbus County is set to open on October 2nd with COVID-19 safety precautions in place.
The haunted attraction posted a video to their Facebook page earlier this week outlining the new COVID procedures they will be taking to ensure safety to guests and staff.
Those new precautions include:
- All guests and staff will be required to wear PPE
- All panic attack crew will have their temperatures taken
- They will have a hospital grade EPA sanitizing company spray down the haunt every night
- They are training the actors proper scare safety measures (6 ft. apart, etc.)
- Multiple hand washing stations/hand sanitizer stations are setup throughout the attraction
- There will be no inflatable walls and no material that hangs in your face anywhere in the haunt.
Don't Panic Covid 19 Precautions!Mask are required for guest and staff.Hand sanitizing and hand washing stations added throughout the propertyGroups must remain in their social bubble (6 feet from other groups) which will be marked. Staff wellness checks Hospital Grade EPA Sanitized Nightly (Cat 5 Pressure Washing) WEAR! WAIT! WASH! Let's all save Halloween 2020! Thank you for your understanding during these difficult times. Guidelines are subject to change in accordance with government mandates
Posted by Panic Attack Haunted Attraction on Tuesday, September 15, 2020
“Wear! Wait! Wash! Let’s all save Halloween 2020! Thank you for understanding during these difficult times,” the haunted attraction said on their Facebook page.
In addition to working on the safety measures, they have also posted that they’ve added a new portion to the attraction called Cut Throat Cove.
NEW for 2020!Cut Throat CoveMore Details Coming Soon!
If you’ve never been to Panic Attack and want a little preview, check out the walk-through we did last year. (Disclaimer: This video is from October 2019 before COVID-19).
For more information, visit Panic Attack’s Facebook page by clicking here.
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