E-mails from Fun Spot's owner denying the severity of the pandemic preceded the Orlando park failing multiple inspections on COVID-19 safety.
The email came more than a month before the first Orange County inspection of Fun Spot's Orlando location.
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While smaller parks have closed on certain days since reopening, this marks the larger Universal Orlando Resort's biggest reduction in operating hours during the pandemic.
The reports obtained by Theme Park Tribune found many Fun Spot guests were not wearing masks after Orange County, Florida's mask mandate went into effect.
Fun Spot America owner John Arie shared posts on Facebook that falsely claimed face masks could cause a harmful buildup of carbon dioxide and oxygen deprivation.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation informed the resort won't be granting wishes for Central Florida theme park visits for critically-ill kids until a COVID-19 vaccine is in wide use.
The plans, which will be detailed to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force, could include a projected date for reopening the resort’s theme parks while the coronavirus pandemic continues.