Central Florida theme parks are opening for a limited number of visitors
Coming from New York, Niya Dupree and her former college roommates wanted to celebrate their graduation at Central Florida theme parks.
Universal Studios opened last week and Sea World opens today.
Dupree, Aaliyah Jackson and a third friend landed Wednesday in Orlando.
“They said if you don’t quarantine the right way, you can get a $500 fine or 60 days in jail,” Dupree said.
When they landed at the the airport , the guards provided them with a contact information form. They had to fill out forms and sign and promise to stay in quarantine for 14 days.
On March 24, Florida Governor Ron De Santis signed Executive Order 20-82, which those arriving in Florida from New York, New Jersey or anywhere else must stay in quarantine for 14 days.