ORLANDO, Fla. — Universal Orlando is reopening all of its theme parks on Friday, June 5.
Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay will open will limited attendance and safety guidelines in place. Universal's CityWalk reopened on May 14.
The parks are the first major theme parks in Florida to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. Other majors parks like Disney, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens have also announced their planned reopening dates.
Florida theme parks opening dates:
- Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, June 11
- SeaWorld Orlando, June 11
- Disney's Magic Kingdom & Animal Kingdom, July 11
- Disney's EPCOT & Hollywood Studios, July 15
New safety procedures in place at Universal include:
- Guests and team members are required to wear face coverings
- Guests and team members are required to undergo temperature checks. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or greater will not be able to enter Universal CityWalk or the theme parks
- Staggered parking within the parking garage to help create distance between travel groups
- Limiting and reducing daily park attendance and attraction ridership in Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay
- Increasing cleaning and disinfection of food locations, ride vehicles and other frequent “touch points” that go beyond our already-aggressive cleaning procedures
- Social distancing at all locations through the parks, within attractions and queues and at restaurants
- Having Virtual Line™ experiences available for select attractions
- Offering contactless payments and “no touch” policies where possible
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