New changes for riders at the Delaware State Fair this year

HARRINGTON, Del. – There are new changes at the Delaware State Fair rides this year.
There are now signs at the rides reminding people to stay distanced from others.
There are marks on the grounds ensuring that people stay six feet apart as well.
People on rides will also be seated with space between each other.
Fairgoers will of course have hand sanitizing stations near the rides as well.
According to the fair’s assistant general manager Danny Aguilar, each ride experience is different.
“Each ride is unique and different,” said Aguilar.
“It depends if it’s an enclosed area if it’s close proximity and making sure that folks are loading the ride safely and that there’s social distancing taking place,” said Aguilar.
Rides at the fair open up at around 1 p.m. each day. 
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