Representatives at Universal Orlando Resort just announced their proposed plans for reopening.
June 5th would be opening day to the public, but with new preventative health measures. Per WESH news~
Visitors will have their temperature checked upon arrival, and if it’s 100.4 degrees or higher, they won’t be allowed to enter. Visitors also will have to wear face masks which they can purchase. The park will limit capacity to ensure social distancing. They also will have cashless payment options and staggered parking.
Universal said it will close interactive play areas, eliminate water and mist elements on attractions, close valet operations, and eliminate single rider lines.
Workers also will have their temperatures checked and will have to wear face masks. All chairs and tables will be cleaned and disinfected after each seating, and high-touch areas also will be frequently cleaned, the resort said.
The reopening would be an expansion on the limited reopening of Universal’s CityWalk entertainment district, which reopened last week.
Proposed signage for the Parks~
Orange County already approved this plan, now we wait on Florida’s Governor for the final say. Proposals for smaller parks have also been announced. We are still waiting on word for Walt Disney World. As soon as we hear more, we will be sure to report the news as soon as possible. Stay tuned!