Walt Disney World theme parks will open beginning July 11 for Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park followed by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15. Masks, plexiglass, ground markings and surprise character cavalcades are some of the new things at Disney World during COVID-19.
Universal Orlando’s most technologically-advanced stunt show yet, “The Bourne Stuntacular,” is now officially open to guests.
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has laid out its new guidelines Safe & Seamless Travel including testing and tracing, following medical evidence, to ensure people can enjoy Safe Travels in the ‘new normal’.
Universal Studios Florida, Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal's Volcano Bay will open with limited attendance and safety guidelines in place. Universal's CityWalk entertainment center reopened on May 14.
Orange County mayor doesn’t expect theme parks to begin opening until at least June.
Universal’s CityWalk opened Thursday while Disney Springs plans start accepting guests again Wednesday. Both will operate with limited capacity and hours.
Disney Springs, which features a wide variety of restaurants, stores and a 24-screen movie theater, will begin a "phased reopening" on May 20, according to a statement on its website. Disney Springs, along with other Florida attractions, had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The document, called “Travel in the New Normal,” was a collaborative effort with medical and infectious disease experts. It does not offer any timeline but presents a layered approach to restore travelers’ confidence by showing that all sectors of the business are adapting consistent best practices going forward.
Taiwan will start a third round of mask donations soon, giving more than 7 million surgical face masks to countries around the world to help with their response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday.