Universal Orlando is seeking approval to reopen on June 5th

Universal Orlando has just proposed a plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force that would allow it to reopen to the public on June 5th.

You can read the letter here.

According to the news conference, it would be gradual reopening where they would reopen to team members on June 1st – 3rd, and on June 3rd-4th opening to some pass holders with a full opening happening on June 5th.

Their plan still has to be approved by Orange County and Florida state officials. See the official plan below.

Visitors will have their temperature checked upon arrival, and if it’s 100.4 degrees or higher, they won’t be allowed to enter the theme park. Also, guests will have to wear face masks which they can purchase. The park will limit the capacity to ensure social distancing. They also will have cashless payment options and staggered parking.

Play areas, water misting stations, and single rider lines will be closed as a precaution.

Parades and Character Meet & Greets will be on the chopping block for the time being…

Watch the proposal video below…

Universal Orlando has been closed since the night of Sunday, March 15th and this would put them reopening in just under 3 months.

Last week Universal’s Citywalk reopened to the guest. You can read more about the reopening here.

We will have more details soon…

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