Today, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that, starting Monday, May 18th, Florida would begin with a "full Phase One" of their re-opening plan, re-opening gyms and expanding capacity at restaurants and retail stores.
In late April, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that the majority of Florida would be able to re-open in phase one starting on May 4th. Excluded from that re-opening were several South Florida counties that were hit particularly hard by the health crisis, including Broward and Miami-Dade. Now, Governor DeSantis has announced that these South … Continue reading "NEWS: Florida Governor Announces That South Florida Counties Can Begin Re-Opening Next Week"
The full Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force met today to discuss updates amongst the four working groups, in addition to updates provided by health physicians. In these discussions, we learned about some of the work done between the health physicians and Universal ahead of CityWalk's opening on May 14.
The Orange County Task Force group "Bringing Back Tourism" met today, discussing the importance of major attractions such as Disney World in relation to Central Florida's economy. It was emphasized in this meeting that the theme parks will reopen when they feel it is safe to do so.
Today was a day full of meetings and press briefings from the Orange County Task Force and from Orange County Major Jerry Demings. Today's meetings included remarks on the news of Shanghai Disneyland reopening on May 11, which brought up the importance of Disney World and other major theme parks to the local Orange County economy.
Orange County Major Jerry Demings led a press briefing today which outlined recommendations from the Orange County Task Force on how industries can move into Phase One of Florida's gradual reopening. During the press briefing, he provided his thoughts on when major theme parks, like Disney, could reopen.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has announced that state parks will be able to re-open starting on May 4th, the same day that retail stores and restaurants will be allowed to re-open in the state with limited capacity.
Universal Orlando announced today that beginning on Friday, they will implement mandatory temperature screenings for all employees before coming onto property. Any employee with a temperature of above 99.9 degrees will be sent home.