Theme parks are not included in Florida's first phase of reopening, but Orange County's task force plans on letting them welcome guests again at their own discretion.
Suggestions for theme parks from the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force include mandatory masks and temperature checks for employees and limiting park capacity.
In an interview with The Orlando Sentinel, the man charged with stealing and selling items from Disney World denied stealing the Buzzy animatronic.
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.
The options in the survey included everything from limiting park capacity to requiring guests to pass a rapid COVID-19 tests before entering.
Under the terms of the deal, equity actors at Disney World will keep their health benefits after being furloughed on April 19.
The coronavirus pandemic will keep Universal Orlando closed through at least May 31. While full-time workers will get their pay reduced, part-timers will be furloughed starting May 3.
J.P. Morgan has suggested Disney furlough some theme park employees in April to save money during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic means Universal Orlando's theme parks, hotels, and CityWalk will stay closed until at least April 19. Employees will still be paid during that time.