Photos from Universal Studios on Labor Day Weekend

Photos from Universal Studios on Labor Day Weekend

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It was definitely a long weekend.

As the US coronavirus Death toll Wandering towards 200,000, Theme parks Open to visitors from across the country.

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Visitors with their temperature arrive at Orlando’s Universal Studios theme park on June 5 – the first day of reopening after closure.

Health experts have Warned Safety measures in theme park settings – such as social distance – are very difficult to successfully implement and cite as a dangerous environment.

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People line up for tickets the day before Disney World’s Orlando reopens.

Universal Studios – which is in Florida, with which the state Third-highest Number of confirmed cases in the country – now open for three months. But the user is again worried about the theme park being open in the midst of a global epidemic of ok tickets that went viral by Damari AD.

In the video, crowds of people are seen getting very close to each other while exploring the wizarding world of Harry Potter.

Apparently there was a two-hour wait for the train to move between the parks.

The line for the Hogwarts Express Kings Cross station has begun to crumble in San Francisco. There is currently a 120-minute train ride from Universal Studios Florida to Islands Adventure.

Once entered they look like they were packed like sardines.

There was no shortage of visitors to Springfield, The SimpsonsTheme parks, either.

Welcome to Springfield. The weekend crowd at Universal Studios Florida has arrived in full force.

The snack cart also had ridiculously long lines.

Various tweets showed how multiple parks reached their potential this weekend.

And … Universal Studios Florida, Universal Islands of Adventure and Volcano are all two potential hits today. The parks are operating at low capacity due to the epidemic, but still.

According to Orlando Informer, this is the first time Venus Gardens has reached capacity since reopening.

BREAKING: Universal Studios Florida and Adventure Islands have both reached improved capacity and are no longer selling tickets. For now, guests with tickets are being admitted inside. This is the first time in capacity since Universal reopened the dry parks.

Remember, folks: just letting you live somewhere doesn’t mean it’s a coronavirus free zone.

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