Two months after the closure of Orlando theme parks, the state of Florida is currently making its way through the first phase of reopening businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic changed our daily lives and we’re slowly returning to normal activity while complying with CDC safety guidelines. Vice President Mike Pence is meeting with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to discuss the next stages of Florida’s economic reopening.
On Friday, Florida Governor DeSantis announced that theme parks could start submitting their reopening plans. So far Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando have not revealed any tentative plans yet. But we are getting one step closer to seeing them return! These theme park organizations are able to submit their plans this week, so government officials will be working closely on reviewing their plans. The Vice President and Florida Governor are joining a roundtable with tourism and hospitality leaders to plan the state’s future. In regards to the phases, caution is highly advised for decision-making to ensure proper safety protocols are in place.
The fact that these roundtable discussions are taking place is a good sign. It indicates that theme parks will open again soon, so we’ll be keeping our readers informed of any confirmed news updates.
Source: Click Orlando
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