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Parks open for Easter Sunday but wear a mask

Thursday, April 1, 2021 by Tai Moses

It’s almost Easter Sunday, but things really aren’t quite back to normal, so while Travis County Parks will be open on April 4, “visitors are reminded the parks will have limited capacity in order to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 within the community and among park staff.” The county’s news release goes on to say that “Easter is one of the busiest days for the entire park system,” and “If a park reaches capacity, additional visitors will not be allowed for the rest of the day, and a closure notice will be added to the specific park’s web page.” You know what to do: wear a face mask; practice social distancing; use hand sanitizer. Also, one more warning: “Please do not bring confetti eggs (cascarones) that contain plastic confetti.” Find a full list of park rules here.

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