Legoland Florida Resort eliminates temperature checks, reduces physical distance to 3 feet

by Brittani Tuttle

Legoland Florida Resort has joined its fellow theme parks in Central Florida by announcing updates to the resort’s health and safety measures — specifically regarding temperature checks and physical distancing.

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Photo courtesy of Legoland Florida Resort

Starting May 14, 2021, Legoland Florida will update their social distancing intervals from six to three feet, and eliminate temperature screening upon entry for both guests and employees. The news was shared in an official statement from the resort, and encompasses the theme park, water park, and three on-site hotels:

Since reopening last June, Legoland Florida Resort has safely welcomed families to our parks and resorts with enhanced health and safety measures. The evolution of these procedures has been done in consideration with local health partners and officials, as well as CDC guidelines to ensure families can continue to have the confidence to play safely across our Resort.

Beginning May 14, social distancing around the Resort will be marked with spaced intervals of three feet or more and temperature screening upon entry will no longer be required for guests or employees.

Official statement from Legoland Florida Resort

This announcement comes after Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld Orlando made similar announcements regarding changes to their own safety protocols.

Guests can learn more about operational changes and enhancements to health and safety protocols by visiting Legoland.com/Florida/Ways-We-Are-Making-It-Safe-To-Visit.


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