The first biggest theme park in Florida named Universal Orlando reopens as the coronavirus had forced all the public places to shut down for the past three months.
All the theme parks and the Universal Orlando resort situated in central Florida city were closed on the 15th of March in order to avoid the spread of virus.
The park has been opened with new rules which include; mandatory use of face masks, temperature check at the entrance, markers to help enforce social distancing and posters to thank the public for their cooperation in such crucial times.
The biggest theme park in Florida has been reopened at 35% capacity. Also, a system of virtual lines has been launched there which reserves spaces so that the crowd and queues can be avoided.
A boy named Terrence Wilson aged 19 seemed very happy with the news. He says that he is happy that there are fewer people and so he doesn’t have to wait for 40 minutes for a single ride.
Earlier on Monday, the Legoland Florida Park reopened in the Winter Heaven city and the SeaWorld in Orlando will be reopening on 10th June.
Orlando’s largest park ‘Walt Disney World is opening on 11th of July.
First, the Magic Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom will start operating. On the other hand, Hollywood Studios and the EPCOT will start following the suit from 15th July.
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