Universal Orlando's Reopening Plan Approved by Mayor Demings and Sent to Gov. Ron DeSantis
The Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings has approved Universal Orlando's re-opening plans and has sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis for final approval.
Universal Orlando is asking for approval to open on June 1 - 2 to their team members NOT the public. On June 3-4, the resort will invite a small number of Annual Pass holders and other guests to test the new system. Universal Orlando is asking to officially open to the public on June 5.
Universal has presented a plan that will be in place to reopen safely including:
Mobile food ordering
Social distancing - back and front of the house
Mandatory face masks - if a guest arrives without one they will be required to wear a free disposable mask that will be provided
Guest temperature checks at parking or main entrance
Parking vehicles 1-2 spaces apart in garages
Closures of interactive play areas
No water/mist elements on attractions
No single riders
Eliminations of post show meets and greets
Single use menus
No buffet or self serve
Walt Disney World is expected to submit their reopening plans for approval next week.