Florida Strike Teams Visiting Major Theme Parks Unannounced to Check on CDC Guideline Adherence
“Strike teams” in Orange County, Florida have been making surprise visits to businesses to ensure they are following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Mayor Jerry Demings says the strike teams will be checking on the major theme parks, like Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort very soon.
“So far over 3,600, to be precise 3,620, different business sites have been visited,” Mayor Demings said.
The strike teams have mainly focused on businesses on Goldenrod and Curry Ford Road. They have been going out for two months and have done about 450 follow-up inspections.
Currently, Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort require approved face coverings at all times, except when eating or drinking while stationary. Both resorts are also conducting temperature checks and encouraging social distancing.