Swimming pools are part of Southern Nevada’s summer routine for Kimberley McGee and her family.
McGee and her 10-year-old twins typically meet friends at area YMCA pools every week or so. This year, they were ready to take the plunge and buy season passes to a local water park.
Problem is, nobody is sure when, or even if, water parks and pools might open, after aquatic facilities were shut down several weeks ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And if they don’t open — as they won’t in at least a few cities across the country — summer here won’t be the same.