While most of these spots are, or will be, requiring face coverings in order to enter, Florida as a state has no such requirement, and neither does Florida’s Orange County.
Today, it was reported that Orange County’s coronavirus cases were up 202% from the previous week, according to WMFE. With high traffic areas like parks and beaches open, Mayor Jerry Dennings fears a second spike in positive cases.
Mayor Dennings is considering making wearing face coverings mandatory for certain businesses, though what that will look like is yet to be seen.
“We want to have primarily voluntary compliance. But where individuals are not complying, I want to be a bit realistic about our ability to do enforcement. And I really don’t want law enforcement put in that position,” he said.
Whether or not face masks become required at certain businesses, they are still required at Disney Springs, Universal Orlando, and other spots, so be sure you check a place’s requirements before you go.
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