Make a splash! COVID-19 restrictions lifted at public pools, splash pads across Connecticut

Many public facilities across Connecticut have lifted their COVID-19 restrictions, giving residents places to cool off.

News 12 Staff

Jun 28, 2021, 4:43 PM

Updated 1,065 days ago

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Many public facilities across Connecticut have lifted their COVID-19 restrictions, giving residents places to cool off.
Audrey Looram and her son joined other families at the splash pad at Beach Memorial Park in Trumbull on Monday. She says it’s a relief that it has reopened after it shut down last year.
"We used to come here a lot, but it was closed last year because of coronavirus, so that was pretty tough,” she says
Trumbull opened its town pools without restrictions as well. Officials remind that pools are for town residents and their guests only.
Restrictions have also been lifted at the splash pads in Lake Mohegan in Fairfield and across the city of Bridgeport.
Bridgeport’s website says capacity limits may vary at each location, but face masks are not required.


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