Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld said they will close their parks for the remainder of March.
Read updated information about the closures below:
SeaWorld Orlando said SeaWorld, Discovery Cove and Aquatica will be closed from Monday, March 16, through Tuesday, March 31.
“During this time essential personnel, including animal care experts, will continue to look after the health, safety and nutritional needs of the animals in our care,” the company said. “Our animal rescue and rehabilitation operations will also continue to operate.”
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SeaWorld said it will continue to pay its full-time employees during the closure.
Visitors may call 407-794-0017 for more information.
An update on park operations during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. For more information please visit https://t.co/VJihdaNges pic.twitter.com/M4vJSPfZ5J— SeaWorld (@SeaWorld) March 13, 2020
Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World said Thursday evening that it will close its theme parks and water parks from Sunday, March 15, through Tuesday, March 31.
The resort said its hotels and Disney Springs will remain open.
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Disney said it will pay workers during the closure.
Domestic Walt Disney Company employees who are able to work from home have been asked to do so, the company said.
March 13, 2020
Universal Orlando Resort
Universal Orlando Resort said Thursday evening that it will close its theme parks and water parks from Sunday, March 15, through Tuesday, March 31.
The resort said its hotels and Universal CityWalk will remain open.
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Hourly employees will be paid for any work scheduled through March 31.
Visitors may click here or call 877-801-9720 for more information.
Update from Universal Orlando Resort pic.twitter.com/Usrhi57dZD— Universal Woahlando Resort (@UniversalORL) March 13, 2020
Legoland Florida said Friday that it will close its theme park and water park from Sunday, March 15, through Tuesday, March 31.
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The company said its hotels will remain open during the closure of its parks and employees will report to work as scheduled.
Visitors may click here for more information.
Due to the high number of inquiries, guests may experience delays in response time. We recognize that this is frustrating. Thank you for your patience. Find the most up-to-date information here: https://t.co/rRQdGUWXrF pic.twitter.com/g9xm36i42w— LEGOLAND Florida (@LEGOLANDFlorida) March 13, 2020
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