143 workers at the Paddlefish and Terralina Crafted Italian restaurants at Disney Springs will be laid off.
Legoland indicated it will continue to provide free face masks to guests, but will not require them to be worn like other Florida theme parks.
Indiana Beach was saved from closure by Gene Staples, a Chicago businessman who bought the 94-year-old amusement park.
Disneyland unions want a plan for regularly testing employees for COVID-19 before reopening the resort's two theme parks.
The ride will be rethemed to 2009's "The Princess and the Frog," though it will reopen in its current form at Magic Kingdom next month.
Disneyland's home of Orange County, California has seen an increased number of COVID-19 hospitalizations since Memorial Day.
The layoffs at Universal Orlando affected multiple business units, though the resort did not say how many workers were being let go.
Segments of Disney’s vast theme park workforce are opposed to reopening Disney World and Disneyland — though to varying degrees on each coast.