Universal Orlando Resort has been closed since March 16th due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After Universal executive John Sprouls presented a reopening plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force on May 21, theme park fans were anxiously awaiting the plan’s approval. That approval came quickly when Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed off the following day.
The park has plans to open first to Team Members on June 1 and 2 as a means of testing the new safety procedures, with Annual Passholders being allowed to come back on June 3 and 4. Universal will be fully open to the public on June 5, with a slew of new guidelines in place. Scroll through to learn more about how Universal plans to keep guests and Team Members safe, and how these policies and procedures could affect your next visit.