Places once bustling with activity, now seemingly deserted and desolate, as businesses and schools close their doors amid the COVID-19 pandemic. News Drone 4 captures the quiet Lagoon amusement park.
The park was scheduled to open this weekend, but due to the coronavirus pandemic the opening was delayed.
This was the first time since the end of WWII that Lagoon has not opened on schedule for any reason other than an inclement weather day.
The park will follow guidelines issued by the Davis County Health Dept. on when to open.
- 264 new cases, 1 more COVID-19 related death
- Utah’s Hogle Zoo lays off 27 percent of staff due to financial impact of COVID-19
- District Court Judge sides with Tooele County officials to stop planned Collin Raye concert
- WATCH: Top doctors, mental health experts answer your questions on ‘Coronavirus House Calls’ | May 31
- First COVID-19 case confirmed at the Utah State prison in Draper