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The Orange County Task Force has approved Universal Orlando’s plan to reopen to the public on June 5, according to WFTV9.

The plan will have to be approved next by Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings. If it’s approved, it will then be sent to Gov. Ron DeSantis for final approval.

The parks would first open to workers on June 1 to test out their reopening plans, according to officials. Select guests would be welcomed back on June 3 and 4, then to the public on June 5.

The plan includes temperature checks and guests will be asked to wear masks. Guests will be provided with a mask if they don’t come with one.

Many rides will move to virtual lines and no single rider lines.

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