Disney Springs is set to partially reopen to the public today, May
It will be a phased reopening with a limited number of shopping and dining options reopening first, according to the Disney Parks Blog. Disney Springs will be open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.
guests aged three and older will be required to wear face coverings when
visiting Disney Springs. Guests will also be asked to have their temperature
taken and anyone with a temperature above 100.4 will not be allowed to enter.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on our daily lives. As we all continue through these unprecedented challenges, we want you to know that InterPlex is here for you during the Covid-19 outbreak. Steps we are taking:
Staying up to date with local rules and regulations about lock-downs and
Monitoring our Chauffeurs’ health conditions and
screening them on a daily bases.
Deep cleaning and Disinfecting vehicles.
4. Providing on-board sanitizers, gloves, and other protective gear.
5. Networking with other small businesses, restaurants, and stores to assist with deliveries.
Offering service / donating to health institutions and their patients.
Thank you for being an InterPlex customer and for the trust you place in us every
day. We are here to help!
Case of hepatitis A has been confirmed in food service worker at Walt Disney World dinner show, health officials said.
A worker at the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical
Revue at Fort Wilderness Campground contracted hepatitis A, according to officials
with the Florida Department of Health.
The case was reported on
January 24. The Health Department’s epidemiology staff in Orange County confirmed
the case in the lab. The department has been working with Disney World to
provide vaccines to staff members since last week. There is no information
whether guests were affected.
A Florida woman was shocked to find python while doing laundry.
Juanita Tedesco of Cocoa, got the shock of her life when she spotted a ball python while doing the laundry. Juanita Tedesco said the python was wrapped around her pet rat’s blanket and the snake even tried to “eat the blanket.”
A flight from Houston was delayed at Orlando Airport, after a traveler began showing signs of illness. The plane was bound for BWI.
The incident happened at 3 pm last Monday on flight 718 of Southwest Airlines, according to airport officials. Immediately after it was revealed that the passenger had traveled to Kenya in West Africa in August, the pilot notified the Center for Disease Control. The man was isolated and removed from the flight. Continue reading “Ebola scare delayed flight at Orlando Airport”