The major Florida theme parks are taking steps to address coronary virus concerns, using improved cleaning practices and other preventive measures.
In Thursday’s statement, Orlando Universal officials said that they often contacted health officials and their own health experts and are closely monitoring the situation.
“We are communicating with our staff and reinforcing our best practice health and hygiene procedures. We are also teaching them on basic preventive measures, “read a Universal statement.” In addition, we are already reviewing and improving our aggressive cleaning protocol. And for the comfort and convenience of our guests, we increase the number of hand saitizer units in our fields. “
Walt Disney’s World Resort officials in Orlando said they are monitoring the situation and in regular contact with the CDC and other health agencies and will continue to implement preventative measures in line with their recommendations. Disney has provided additional hand sanitizers around their parks and resort, and they have been dealing with spent members about illness prevention, officials said.
The Florida Legoland option said that they have restricted employees’ travel to high-risk countries as well as improved cleaning practices.
Officials with Busch Gardens in Tampa told the Tampa Bay Times that they use “tough sanitation standards across our parks and will continue to work with health officers, monitoring the situation regarding changes and acting accordingly.” . “
Fewer people in Florida had tested COVID-19 positively as Thursday, but the state was awaiting results for 69 people tested, officials said.
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