Alcatraz Island to reopen on Monday but the prison itself will stay shut

Alcatraz Island will return to guests from Monday subsequent to being closed down in March due to COVID-19. The returning arrangement limits island ability to 750 individuals every day. Alcatraz for the most part pulls in 5,500-6,000 every day guests in the mid year. The prison itself will stay shut, alongside every single other structure on the island. Masks are supported yet not required.

The scandalous island prison housed famous lawbreakers like Al Capone during its 1934 to 1963 working period. A few different NPS-worked areas all through California have resumed as of late with comparative constrained limit intends to battle the spread of COVID-19.