PHOTOS: Social Distancing Lines Set Up Ahead of Universal Orlando Resort’s Reopening
We are still 12 days away from Universal Orlando Resort’s official reopening on June 5, 2020, but there are already signs of how the park will be handling the social distancing orders.
The aerial shot above, taken by a friend of WDWNT @bioreconstruct shows markers in place in front of the outdoor stage in Hogsmeade at Islands of Adventure.
It was announced that proper distancing will be implemented for queues, and markers are already in place at the turnstiles at both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.
Barriers have also been put up at alternating ticket windows at Islands of Adventure and floor markers have been installed at the ticketing area.
As we reported on Thursday, Universal Orlando Resort will provide one free disposable face covering to guests who did not bring their own, and reusable face masks will be available for sale. Play areas will remain closed, and 3D glasses will be handed out individually. Water mists will also be reduction or eliminated throughout the parks.
All of the dining location menus will be converted to single-use with individually packaged condiments and pre-wrapped silverware. No buffets or self-serve options in restaurants will be available. Mobile ordering and contactless payments will be available and encouraged.
Are you planning on visiting Universal Orlando Resort on its reopening day?