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A Guide to COVID-19 Safety at the Universal Orlando Resort

This post is written by Lucy Hess, Outside the Lines Travel's Orlando Consultant. If you are considering a trip to the Universal Orlando Resort to meet some wizards or enjoy some amusement, this article is for you!  When theme parks started to reopen in the summer of 2020, I became very interested in the measures that these parks were taking to make the experience as safe as possible for park goers. The best way to get information on these measures and changes was to go see it for myself, so in June of 2020, my mom, sister, and I went to the Universal Orlando Resort to do just that. Let’s take a look at what we experienced! Mask Policy Guests are required to wear masks at all times except when eating or drinking while stationary and maintaining social distance. Masks with exhalation valves and/or holes of any kind are not permitted; neither are bandanas or neck gaiters. The only other times you are permitted to be without a mask in the parks are at the U-Rest Areas around the park

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