Universal Orlando Reopening on June 2nd

Several hotels located throughout the Universal Orlando Resort have been permitted to reopen by local politicians. Guests will be allowed to return by June 2nd, with new guidelines being enforced to guarantee the safety of these visitors. Universal Orlando is requiring that visitors & employees both wear protective face equipment, while also engaging with standard hygiene procedures. These extensive guidelines are being enforced because of COVID-19, with the Universal Orlando Resort unable to risk an outbreak in their facility. It’d prompt a prolonged shutdown & a magnitude of fines. Those found disobeying these enforced rules will be removed from Universal Orlando without refunds being optional.

Additional members in their workforce are being hired under these safety measures. Throughout these several hotels, and the Universal Orlando Resort will be Social Distancing Stations. Employees working at these stations implement mandatory temperature checks to those passing by, provide small bottles of hand sanitizer, and handout protective face coverings. It should be mentioned that Universal Orlando has capacity limitations placed on their operations. Insiders claim that 100 Guests per hotel is permitted.

Universal Orlando Resort listed several facilities that are reopening to house guests. Those facilities include the Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, Aventura Hotel, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Hard Rock Hotel, Endless Summer Resort, Cabana Bay Beach Resort, and Surfside In. Those that purchase holiday packages with one of these several facilities will have access to the Universal Theme Park before the “Public Reopening”. It should be noted that all other hotel facilities will be reopened by the latest of June 31st. This extends towards all resorts operated under the Universal Brand.

The Competition

Immediately after PR Reps with Universal Orlando announced that operations would resume by June 5th, it prompted Walt Disney World in Florida to publish their restart date. Walt Disney World won’t become operational again until July 11th. The Board of Directors made this decision after a thorough examination of data revealed visitors would be at risk. Avoiding any possibility of an outbreak, Disneyworld will remain closed for the foreseeable future. This shows the brands dedication to providing safe travelling conditions.

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