Urban Air is opening a new facility in Maine, according to the Bangor Daily News.

The newspaper reported that this Bangor facility has been under construction since last summer, and while most people thought it wouldn't open this year, that has changed.

The governor's guidelines have stated that indoor amusement centers are allowed to open baed on the latest stage.

The new Urban Air is on airport road in Hannaford Plaza in the old Staples location, the Bangor Daily News stated.

With not a lot of things being opened in the past three months due to the crisis at hand, this will be a great time to take the kids out, give them a chance to socialize and burn some energy off, but how safe is the park like this during this crisis?

Urban Air spokesperson Christina Prastik told the Bangor Daily News that the new location with be cleaned hourly and have guests sign up for a slot online, all the manage the amount of people in the building.

The spokesperson also went on to say patrons will have to submit for temperature checks upon arrival.

Bangor's Urban Air location will join South Portland as Maine's second location.

The grand opening is Saturday, July 11.

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