Coronavirus in Southwest Florida: The latest info, helpful resources

HONG KONG - SEPTEMBER 1: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) In this handout photo provided by Disney, Mickey and Minnie Mouse are seen in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle at the new Disneyland Park on September 1, 2005 in Hong Kong. The new theme park and vacation resort will officially open September 12. (Photo by Mark Ashman/Disney via Getty Images)

The Orange County Economic Task Force offered some preliminary guideline suggestions for Disney World and Universal Orlando theme parks as the state considers a phased approach to reopening the parks, according to Deadline.

Larger theme parks are recommended to operate at 50% capacity during a Phase 1 period. That could increase to 75% capacity in Phase 2. However, there is not a set date for either of the phases as pandemic conditions remain hard to predict.

Additionally, all employees will be required to wear facemasks; there will be touchless hand sanitizer at each ticketing entry and turnstile, and at each ride/attraction entry and exit; there will be temperature checks for staff prior to their shifts; as well as a regular wipe-down of all railing and surfaces, according to Deadline. Any staff member age 65 and above will be encouraged to stay home.

Tape markings 6 feet apart could be placed in the attraction and ride queues.

Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to announce formal re-opening plans Wednesday, the day before Florida’s current stay-at-home order expires.

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