Osceola and Orange Counties On “Stay-At-Home” Through April 9th Mandate


Both Osceola and Orange counties in Florida have issued “Stay-at-home” mandates until April 9th, and we still haven’t heard anything from Walt Disney World.

The new guidelines go into effect tomorrow, March 26th, at 11PM until April 9th.

No where on the list does it say you can visit Walt Disney World and yet they have not issued any revised dates or statements as of the time of this article.

The president just declared Florida a “disaster” and The Orange County Convention Center is now the home to a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site, administering more than 250 tests a day to those that meet the CDC criteria, Those 65 and older with symptoms and first responders and healthcare workers.

Disney still has made no announcement extending their closure. Clearly they won’t be able to open up before April 9th, but for whatever reason they are choosing to stay quiet.

I’m hoping they announce something soon and we will keep you posted.

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Source: Orlando Sentinel

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