Universal Orlando announced plans to reopen its hotels to guests, more than two months after they were closed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The hotels will start to reopen in phases on June 2, with a range of best practices and hygiene procedures. Universal’s resorts include Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort, Loews Royal Pacific Resort, Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort-Surfside Inn and Suites, and Universal’s Aventura Hotel.
Guests staying in the resorts will be allowed to visit Universal’s theme parks on June 3 and 4, before they open to the public on June 5.
SeaWorld plans to reopen on June 11 and Walt Disney World announced it will begin reopening in phases on July 11.
Social distancing and face coverings are required for guests and employees in public areas at Universal resorts. In addition, guests, employees, and vendors will be asked for temperature checks. Guests will also be required for self-screening for COVID-19 symptoms and complying with quarantine orders prior to arrival. There will also be provided hand sanitizer stations in public areas and elevator landings.
Statement officials also said there will be frequent cleaning of high-touch areas, including telephones, tabletops, remote controls, light switches, door handles, and elevators.
According to CTV News.