And the plan calls for "reduced capacity" for the Universal parks, although it's not clear at this time exactly how reduced attendance will be.
But there is no date yet for the reopening of the Sunshine State's wildly popular amusement parks - Disney World and Universal Studios top the list. These plans are having to be put into place to ensure government safety guidelines are adhered to in order to keep cast members/employees and guests safe whilst COVID-19 is still present. Meanwhile, Legoland Florida is cutting right to the meal, opening its Legoland Pirate Island Hotel on June 1.
All reopening plans submitted require endorsement from the Orange County Mayor before they can be submitted to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Just yesterday, Walt Disney World opened its retail and dining area Disney Springs to the public but hasn't yet announced a proposed date for when they hope to reopen the park itself, making Universal Orlando the first major theme park to announce a target date for reopening amidst the global pandemic. Anyone with a temperature over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit won't be allowed in. The chief administrative officer for Universal's parks, John Sprouls told the Orange County task force, staff members had done temperature checks on more than 30,000 people since CityWalk, its shopping and restaurant complex reopened to the public. "We're not hearing a lot of complaints about that or the masks".
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As seen at City Walk and Disney Springs, temperature screening, mandatory masks and social distancing of 6ft would be enforced for both employees and guests. Face coverings will be required for team members in dry roles.
Legoland says it will limit capacity to less than 50% when it reopens.
Ambassadors scattered throughout the park to help encourage sanitization, hand washing, and social distancing measures.
Restaurant menus will have single use menus (paper). Its partial reopening is now restricted to subcontracted shops, with all company properties like the Disney Store remaining closed for another week.