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PHOTOS: Plexiglass Dividers Installed on Loading Platform at Men in Black: Alien Attack in Universal Studios Florida

The Men in Black work to protect the earth from the scum of the universe… and now, that includes the scourge of COVID-19.

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Plexiglass dividers have been installed on the loading platform for Men in Black: Alien Attack in Universal Studios Florida in an attempt to keep guests safe while possibly increasing capacity.

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Dividers similar to these have been in place at the Universal’s chief competition, Walt Disney World, since it reopened in July, but now it seems this attraction is also adopting the practice.

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When our reporter visited, there were no dividers in place on the ride vehicles themselves, and Team Members were seating different parties in both rows. We were also informed that the practice is the same on Revenge of the Mummy nearby. Despite this, guests are still required to socially distance within the attraction queues.

Keep reading WDWNT and Universal Parks News Today as we continue to cover the enhanced safety measures at Universal Orlando Resort.

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