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PHOTO REPORT: Universal Orlando Resort 8/6/20 (A Visit to Fast and Furious Supercharged, Unannounced “Velocicoaster” Update, and More)

It’s another beautiful day here at Universal Orlando Resort. We’ve decided to start out the day visiting our family over at Fast and Furious Supercharged at Universal Studios Florida. They’re one of the attractions that will be temporarily closing on August 9.

Jamie wished us the best of luck as we left the War Room and headed for the party bus.

And now for the moment you’ve all be waiting for: Dom Toretto flying through the air.

I guess you can’t really have too many race after parties with all the new social distancing guidelines, so it makes sense why this attraction is closing temporarily. We’ll be interested to see exactly when this reopens again.

Over at the TODAY Cafe, numbers have been placed on the tables to help with mobile ordering. When placing a mobile order through the Universal Orlando app, you can add your table number to make things easier for the Team Members.

We heard that the small window next to Cafe La Bamba will be opening next weekend, and we’re looking forward to enjoying a few mimosas when they do!

No jacket potatoes today. The small stand in London was closed for some reason.

This temporary little stage has appeared in KidZone, most likely for a character meet and greet.

Passing through CityWalk we noticed that the large Coca-Cola Icon Cart is now offering hot dogs from the Hot Dog Hall of Fame. You must mobile order them through the Universal Orlando app, though.

Over at Islands of Adventure, we made our way over to the site of the new coaster construction in Jurassic Park. Most of the scaffolding on the sides of the gray show building are down now, giving us a better look at the smaller connected gray structure.

Closer to the lagoon, we spotted rebar frames in place for what will eventually be perimeter walls along the water.

The entrance to the Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man has been in need repair for a while. The metal barricades have been replaced with these ropes, but the ground is still in bad condition.

That’s all for this visit to Universal Orlando Resort. Thanks for joining us today and be sure to keep following UPNT for all the latest updates.