Tomorrow, Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld will have reopening presentations for the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force. In these presentations they have to include a planned reopening date.
Previously Florida’s Governor had indicated that theme parks could send in their reopening plans, but they first had to be signed off on by the local official. In these cases it would be Orange County Mayor Demings that must approve the plans before they can be sent into the governor.
This was all explained in a tweet put up by Lauren Seabrook from WFTV:
Just found out our major theme parks, @WaltDisneyWorld @UniversalORL @SeaWorld, will start making re-opening presentations to the @OrangeCoFL Economic Recovery Task Force tomorrow. @OCFLMayor Jerry Demings must sign off on the plans before they can be submitted to the Gov. @WFTV
— Lauren Seabrook (@LSeabrookWFTV) May 20, 2020
The meeting on the schedule for tomorrow shows 2PM, so that’s when we might get some answers on the matter.
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Source: WFTV, A Friend
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