Universal Orlando Resort has begun removing physical distancing ground markers, with some being replaced with smaller decals.
On the walkway leading to the temperature screening area, ground markers have been completely removed. These markers reminded Guests to maintain a physical distance of 6-feet from other parties.
In place for nearly a year, the removal of the decals reveal relatively clean pavement.
Some ground markers have been replaced with smaller, striped decals.
We’ve seen the replacement of original ground markers throughout Universal Orlando Resort.
The longer decals that were previously here markings for where Guests should stand while waiting in a queue.
Above is an example of the different ground markers. The original “6-feet” decal has been removed while the longer “Please Stand Here” decal has been replaced with the smaller one.
These changes can be seen throughout the resort in stores, attraction queues, lines for food, and more.
Some of the original queue markers remain, but not many.
Although Orange County, Florida Mayor Jerry Demings recently announced changes to physical distancing requirements, in-park guidelines are ultimately up to Universal.
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