Universal Orlando has updated their policy regarding face coverings worn by guests at the theme parks, and has set a new requirement for guests with disabilities.
Effective today, June 25, guests who have a disability that prevents them from wearing a face covering will now have to wear a face shield during their visit to Universal Orlando.
A white checkered wristband will be given to guests who request this alternate accommodation. Face shields will not be permitted on some attractions, so those guests will have to switch over to a regular face covering to experience them. Information on what attractions this applies to will be communicated with guests when they visit Guest Services to discuss their accommodation.
For all other guests, face coverings are required to be worn at all times during their visit, except for when eating or drinking or in a U-Rest Area. You can check out Universal Orlando’s safety information here.