Universal Orlando Resort finalizes details for reopening
Universal Studios Florida, Universal Islands of Adventure and Universal Volcano Bay will welcome guests starting June 5
The company announced on its website that "the carefully managed reopening comes with new and strict health, safety and hygiene procedures." Since mid-March Universal Orlando closed its doors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This carefully managed reopening comes with stringent new health, safety and hygiene procedures.
Visitors to Universal will have their temperature taken, those with a temperature above 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to enter the park. They will also be asked to use face masks to enter and the capacity of attendees will be limited in order to maintain social distance.
Interactive play areas will also be closed and drizzle and fog will be removed at rides, among other modifications.
Company employees will also have their temperature taken and will have to wear a mouth cap. All tables and chairs will be disinfected after use, and high-contact areas will also be cleaned frequently
So far it is not known when Disney World and SeaWorld will reopen.
Due to the changing nature of this situation, details are subject to change without notice.
Office hours, from June 5
Universal Studios Florida: 9 am-6pm daily
Universal's Islands of Adventure: 9 am-6pm daily
Universal's Volcano Bay: 10 am-5pm daily
Universal CityWalk Orlando: 8am - 10pm daily