Source: Universal Orlando
Universal Orlando is aiming to reopen to the public on June 5, according to TravelPulse.
TravelPulse reports Universal Studios hope to start a phased reopening with capacity restrictions and a strict face mask policy. Anyone entering without a face mask will be given one to wear.
The reopening plans include a team member only opening on June 1 & 2, passholders on June 3 & 4, and finally opening in a limited capacity to the public on June 5. The plan now awaits approval from O.C. Mayor Demings and Gov. DeSantis. @UniversalORLhttps://t.co/iYVbbGTBqW
— Inside Universal (@insideuniversal) May 21, 2020
Other safety measures the theme park plans to implement include social distancing throughout the park, temperature checks before entering, staggered parking and no valet parking. They also plan to close all misting stations and interactive play areas and encourage guests to avoid paying for things with cash.
According to TravelPulse, Universal Orlando will be open for employees on June 1 for a test run. Employees will wear masks, self-check temperatures at home and be re-checked upon arrival at work.