Florida state amusement parks ought to be permitted to begin permitting more guests, as indicated by Gov. Ron DeSantis. DeSantis said Wednesday that Florida is getting more “comfortable” with extending limit at its amusement parks, including Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort, and will uphold those parks in the backing off of COVID-19 capacity limitations as cases in the state appear to be declining.
DeSantis offered his comments at a roundtable with an amusement park executive in Orlando, commending their wellbeing and safety measures and asserting that the parks have not been problem areas for spreading the coronavirus.
He also additionally said he believed “a lot” more visitors would visit the parks if limit guidelines were loose.
“We think that the capacity can be increased,” DeSantis said. “When you have the protocols that they have in place, you know, we’re very comfortable at the state level.”
Florida significant amusement parks — Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World — have been pursuing at decreased limit resuming after coronavirus shutdowns. Parkgoers at Disney World, for instance, need a booking to get into the amusement park, and can’t jump around to others without one.