Disney World in Florida reopens but just a little

Disney World in Florida reopens but just a little

The Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force today heard Universal Orlando's plans to reopen its Florida theme parks.

One of those disclaimers seems to indicate that Disney Parks is absolved of all liability for anyone infected with coronavirus during their visit, according to FOXNews.

Visitors will have their temperature checked upon arrival, and if it's 100.4 degrees or higher, they won't be allowed to enter the theme park. With travel still hard during the outbreak, it may be mostly locals who visit Universal in the short term, though will all theme parks having been closed for the last couple months, there might be a lot of people willing to go to great lengths just to have that experience again.

Presentations detailing the reopening of theme parks in Central Florida are going to begin tomorrow, May 21, 2020.

"By visiting Disney Springs you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19". Now, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings will review them, decide whether to endorse, then send them on to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for final approval.

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A Sea World representative stated in today's conference with Vice President Mike Pence that the park hopes to reopen by late June.

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It continues, adding that there will be limited parking and reduced entrances, temperature screenings prior to entry, face coverings required for guests, and other safety measures, like an increased focus on sanitation and disinfecting, handwashing stations, and hand sanitizers placed in strategic locations.

Officials said the opening would be gradual and would manage capacity across the resort, including in attractions, restaurants and stores.

Universal Orlando and Legoland Florida are planning to re-open as soon as this June - but with social distancing restrictions put in place to ensure the safety of their guests. "Our guests have been very supportive of the process", Sprouls said. It's unclear when the full Orlando-based resort will reopen, but it likely depends on the success of this first phase of openings.

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