Central Florida theme parks to begin presenting reopening plans to Orange County tomorrow

May 20, 2020 in "The Walt Disney Company"

The Central Florida theme parks will begin presenting their plans for reopening to the Orange County Task Force tomorrow.

Universal Orlando is expected to be first on Thursday, with Walt Disney World planned to present their plans at a later date.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis revealed last week that Orange County must endorse the reopening plans prior to submitting to the state, and that seems to now be about to happen.

Both Universal and Disney have opened their shopping and dining districts in a limited capacity - a first step towards resuming theme park operations.

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Article Posted: May 20, 2020 / 4:51pm ET
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DCBakerMay 27, 2020

No details yet.

wdwmagicMay 27, 2020

We will now move this over to https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/walt-disney-worlds-covid-19-reopening-plans.964994/unread

Peter Pan's ShadowMay 27, 2020

So what's the reservation process and when will the AP timer start back up?

CaptainAmericaMay 27, 2020

Six Flags was even teasing contactless bag checks.

DCBakerMay 27, 2020

Those were not specifically mentioned (unless I missed it) and it isn't in the docs.

DisneyCaneMay 27, 2020

Does the limiting contact points mean suspending the biometric readers?

CastAStoneMay 27, 2020

Full WDW Plan. Nothing on resorts.

donsullivanMay 27, 2020

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom & Animal Kingdom on 7/11 Epcot & Hollywood Studios on 7/15 Reservations required

Peter Pan's ShadowMay 27, 2020

Just changed our July trip to Universal!

Sweet ThingMay 27, 2020

MK AK July 11

Disstevefan1May 27, 2020

BREAKING NEWS!!! WDW TO OPEN MK and AK JULY 11 !!!

RaveOnEdMay 27, 2020

I'm still thinking the week of the 14th of June for WDW. It will be the perfect way to complete the reopenings there in FL.

Giss NericMay 27, 2020

For anyone who wants live play by play action on WDW and Sea World reopening

ImperfectPixieMay 27, 2020

Did you see the pictures? They were a perfect example of behaviors you DON'T want to see during a pandemic. The one thing they had going for them was that a good number of people were in what I hope was chlorinated water.