That’s a good point. I think they have to look at restrooms and concessions to though. Don’t want super long lines. They could give out colts masks or something. Kids under the age of say 10 should be exempt from masks.
That is why they don't need to jump to conclusions about fixing a 25% capacity either. If they have a large number of families that will be signing waivers anyways, that want to sit next to each other, they might end up with 30-35% when it is all said and done. Start with it for 1 month and gradually add people willing to be on the waiting list for the next month and so on..
At least my two cents.
I would have to think that by prioritizing families, they can maximize seating dollars and let them sit together and worry about social distancing for the next party.
So, in other words, parties of one will have last priority. Parties of two or higher will get first priority since you could have 3 people sitting next to each other at the end and start with a gap of 2 seats after that and so on...