As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Florida, bars remain closed. It is not yet clear if many of these establishments that were hit hard by the first shutdown can survive a second closure.
Things will look and feel a lot different upon reopening, as new safety measures are in place and several changes around the parks have been made.
Fourth of July weekend saw record-smashing daily increases in coronavirus cases statewide.
Florida’s 93,394 claims filed last week trailed only the 287,354 posted in California and the 124,283 in Georgia.
They also announced that Disney H2O Glow Nights, a nighttime event at Disney's Typhoon Lagoon, will also not take place for the remainder of 2020.
Right now, nearly 2 million Floridians are unemployed -- furloughed or laid off -- as the coronavirus crisis has crippled major industries of all types.
The president brought up the “Explore America” Tax Credit during a White House roundtable last month.
Florida businesses, including restaurants, are not required to report if its employees test positive for coronavirus and they do not have to shut down either.
One way to help local restaurants during protests is to order a meal on location.
The parks have been shut down since March because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Visitors are currently required to undergo temperature screenings, wear masks and abide by new physical distancing protocols, some of which are indicated by ground markings or physical barriers — and some of which are shouted at you by a couple of wisecracking Stormtroopers.
The protest is planned for Wednesday, June 10, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Walt Disney World Amphitheatre at Lake Eola in Orlando.
Each park will have its own safety guidelines, which include cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face-covering requirements, and temperature screening.
The coronavirus has caused a staggering drop in tourist tax dollars in Orange County.
Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that 64 Florida counties will enter phase two of reopening on Friday.
New and enhanced safety measures are in place across the Universal Orlando Resort.
As the coronavirus pandemic cuts deep into Americans’ finances, millions of homeowners throughout the country are struggling to pay — or skipping entirely — their mortgage payments.
Small businesses in Seminole County are receiving an infusion of cash in the form of grants that are designed to help ease the blow of the coronavirus pandemic.
PEUC provides up to 13 weeks of additional unemployment benefits to individuals who previously collected state or federal unemployment compensation (UC) but exhausted those benefits.
When the theme parks at Universal Orlando Resort reopen to the public on June 5, guests must follow new safety protocols, including wearing masks, getting their temperature checked upon entry and observing social distancing.