Universal Studios Orlando will open on June 5, June 3rd is just for VIP

As things try to go back to normal, #Universal Studios Orlando has announced their opening date of June 5. This includes the entire theme park, Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay.

Since announcing the official opening day, the park has “issued a warning to would-be guests.” Which is wild within its self, how will they keep all the rides clean? what about the crowded lines?

“Note that any public location where people are present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit,” the theme park’s website says. 

Seems like all theme parks are giving similar statements and warnings…you’re at your own risk.

“Numerous safety measures have been put in place, Sprouts informed the task force, including that the theme park will open to a lower capacity, which will increase as weeks and months proceed. Masks and temperature checks will be required for both visitors and employees. If a guest does not have a mask, one will be provided for them.” officials said.

“Interactive play areas have been closed. There will be no more valet parking. Mist areas will be closed. There will be no more post-show meet-and-greets. All menus will be paper single-use in restaurants. Cash will still be accepted, but the park is trying to minimize it. Employees will self-check at home and then be checked again once they arrive to work” and the list goes on.

“Signage has been placed throughout the park to remind visitors of social distancing, with at least six feet of separation required for ride and food lines,” Sprouts noted. 

“The CityWalk district within the Florida destination reopened earlier this month with strict new measures in place, such as mask and temperature check requirements. Sprouts told the task force it was an overwhelming success,” and that’s probably because after going through all the precautions people would just rather stay home.

via, The Hollywood Reporter

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