We’ll be able to take the kids or grand kids to Ohio’s popular amusement parks starting next month if we want to, but doing so will be a lot more complicated than just jumping in to the car to head to Cedar Point or Kings Island. When the parks reopen, first for season ticket holders and then for general admission visitors in July, wood-be visitors will first have to register on line and will have to take an on line health assessment. Once you arrive you’ll have your temperature taken, will have to wear a facial mask through out your visit, and will have to adhere to social distancing guidelines while you wait for an amusement park ride. There will be limits in effect on the number of park visitors at any one time this summer too. Visiting an amusement park in Ohio is being added to a very long list of things that you might like to do that come with new regulations and restrictions because of the Coronavirus. And, there’s no sign that any move to completely lift the restrictions that are effecting our lives from the Ohio Health Department will be coming any time soon. That’s the way I see it.