Video showing crowded Clifton Hill gaining steam online
A video showing a crowded Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls is gaining traction online.
The video titled 'SHUT DOWN Niagara Falls' was first posted yesterday by an account known as Amusement Insiders.
Since then, it has been viewed more than 42,000 times.
Very few people in the video are wearing masks, which are not currently required in Niagara Falls, and social distancing measures are not being followed.
The publisher questions why Clifton Hill is allowed to reopen, while Canada's Wonderland, which has proposed COVID-19 measures to protect guests, is not permitted to do the same.
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