This could impact SeaWorld's two new coasters in Central Florida, Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando and Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
Infectious disease experts that spoke to Orlando Rising found problems with the policies proposed by the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force.
Suggestions for theme parks from the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force include mandatory masks and temperature checks for employees and limiting park capacity.
Orlando Rising owner John Gregory talked about his earliest theme park memories, how theme park blogs can improve and all the unknowns on how the parks can reopen with COVID-19 still a threat.
Even with all its theme parks closed and 90 percent of its workforce furloughed, SeaWorld is spending $25 million per month.
Parks have to report any guest injury or illness that requires at least a 24-hour hospital stay on quarterly basis to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
90 percent of the company's workforce has been furloughed as the COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered all SeaWorld parks, including SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
Serge Rivera is the company's fourth CEO in the past six years. Like his predecessor, he's leaving over disagreements with the SeaWorld board's involvement in company decisions.
SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay had originally said they would be closed through the end of March. Now, there’s no timetable for reopening.