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Dream Island is offering free tickets to medical workers

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Dream Island is thanking the doctors and medical workers of the region for their contributions in the fight against coronavirus with free tickets to the theme park in Moscow.

The team at Dream Island have expressed their “sincere gratitude for the fight against coronavirus” in a statement.

“Day after day, 24/7, day and night, you do everything you can to save as many people as possible,” the statement adds.

When it reopens, Dream Island will welcome the medical workers of Moscow Oblast, including doctors, paramedics and ambulance drivers.

Dream Island offers free tickets to doctors in 2020

The attraction is offering special promotional codes to medical institutions for free tickets to Dream Island through 2020.

The promotional codes can be activated on as soon as the theme park resumes operations.

All medical workers will be eligible for up to three promotional codes, so that they can visit Dream Island with their families.

“We value what you do for us, our parents and children, and we understand that no one but you can do it,” said Dream Island.

Medical workers eligible for promotional codes

“The doors of Dream Island will be open, we are waiting for you and your families in the park until the end of 2020, to heartily thank you and give you joint time with your loved ones and the positive emotions that you deserve.”

Dream Island, which is currently closed over coronavirus, opened in Moscow, Russia in March 2020. Europe’s largest indoor theme park features nine areas with rides, attractions, shops, and F&B.

Themed areas include Fairy Tale Village, Smurfs VillageLost World of Dinosaurs, Hotel Transylvania, Snow Queen’s Castle, Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesHello Kitty, Abandoned House, and Dream Race.

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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