Texas bowling alleys allowed to reopen with safety measures in place

Coronavirus

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Bowling alleys in Texas reopened Friday at 25% capacity.

The owner of Highland Lanes says they’re taking several steps to keep people safe. This includes having every other lane open in order to keep bowlers 6 feet apart.

They’ve also got rid of ball racks and bought a detox machine that cleans and sanitizes the bowling balls.

Bingo halls and aquariums were also allowed to reopen Friday.

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