Corona Virus Update - Wet 'n Wild Exposure - uShaka Marine World
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uShaka Marine World Corona Virus Communication

Corona Virus Update – Wet ‘n Wild Exposure

Update: 29 December

uShaka Wet ‘n Wild has been given the clear to reopen it’s doors for Unlimited Fun. All staff & facilities have been sanitised. We advise guests to continue to follow the COVID-19 saftey measures, wear a mask when not swimming & make use of the sanitising stations in order to ensure a safe experience for everyone.

19 December:

As of 19 December,  uShaka Wet ‘n Wild has been temporarily shut down as a preventative measure, upon confirmation of a positive test for COVID-19. The waterpark was closed immediately and decontamination processes were applied in order to sanitise and deep clean the venue.

Ndabo Khoza, CEO for uShaka Marine World said, “The health and safety of staff and patrons is of utmost importance. As a precautionary measure,  those who work in Wet ‘n Wild have been requested to self-isolate for 7 days and are monitoring themselves for any symptoms.

Wet ‘n Wild will reopen once we have ensured it is safe, we are anticipating this to be Tuesday 29 December 2020. Thank you for your patience and understanding, we hope to see you soon.