Universal Orlando’s CityWalk is officially re-opened! And, we’re here live to tell you all about the new protocols that the theme park is taking now that it’s accepting guests again.
While we are checking out the health and safety precautions, restaurant operations and more, we’re taking a look at how the stores at CityWalk are currently running!
When we visited Universal Studios Store to show you an example of how retail locations will be working during the parks’ phased reopening. Before you enter stores, you can spot designated entrance signs…
…and exit signs to control traffic flow.
The merchandise areas around the store have signs stating the health and safety protocols Universal Orlando will be following.
In the stores, these include physical distances of 6-feet or more between guests. Visitors should stand on the floor markings before moving forward.
While there were signs showing where you should stand, our reporter did notice that there wasn’t anything saying what you shouldn’t touch.
After you make it to the counter, there is another floor marking to stand at to ensure that there is distance between the guest and the cashier.
Some notable items that are also on sale include face coverings, which go for $6 per face mask or a group of 3 for $15…
…as well as portable hand sanitizer with the Universal Studios logo for $3 per bottle.
If you’re interested in some of the other protocols that the parks are taking, you can read about our experience with the temperature checks!
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