Universal Orlando Offers Coronavirus Survey To Guests

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Universal Orlando has just put out a survey asking guests how they feel about re-opening procedures, safety, and more.

 

Here are the Questions:

Once the state permits it, Universal Orlando will reopen. How likely are you to consider visiting if the park reopens following it’s pre-Coronavirus standard operating and safety procedures?

Choices given are:Very Likely, Likely, Undecided, Unlikely and Very Unlikely

Below you will find various measures that could protect the health and safety of our guests and team members. We would like to evaluate each of these measures by telling us how you would feel if it was implemented by Universal Theme Parks. How would you feel if Universal…”

First question Requires guests to wear face masks

Options: This would make me feel more comfortable, This is a basic requirement for me, This would not affect me, This would be a minor inconvenience for me, This would be a major problem for me.

The second question about a “measure” in this section

 

Implement touch free payment for food, merchandise, and parking?

Options: This would make me feel more comfortable, This is a basic requirement for me, This would not affect me, This would be a minor inconvenience for me, This would be a major problem for me.

The Third question: Limits attendance to 50% of parks capacity

Options: This would make me feel more comfortable, This is a basic requirement for me, This would not affect me, This would be a minor inconvenience for me, This would be a major problem for me.

It’s interesting that Universal Orlando is starting to ask guests how they feel about park attendance after the parks get the go-ahead to reopen. I could see Disney doing something similar.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: All Central Florida on Twitter


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