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CORONAVIRUS: Universal Studios Orlando To Reopen, Warns Of Covid Exposure

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[You get could wet on this ride, or you could contract a deadly virus. Welcome to new warnings at Universal Orlando Resort.]

ORLANDO, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Universal Studios Orlando just announced its reopening, and is warning visitors that they may be exposed to COVID-19.

Universal is set to open with limited capacity on June 5th. Much like warnings that suggest “you might get wet on this ride,” Universal is basically warning that you may die by visiting the park.

Here’s the incredible language, in bold, below.

Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay will welcome guests beginning June 5.

This carefully managed reopening comes with stringent new health, safety and hygiene procedures in place. So, as we enjoy our parks together again, everyone will need to follow CDC guidelines and the recommendations of health officials, and Universal Orlando’s policies.

Note that any public location where people are present provides an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and we cannot guarantee that you will not be exposed during your visit.

There is along list of policies and rules for when Universal reopens.

Learn more here.




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