Hi, I’m Rex Jackson, General Manager of Legoland Florida Resort. The last few months have changed all of us in ways we could have never imagined, from how we care for loved ones, how we work and how we interact in public spaces. Here at Legoland Florida, we take this new reality seriously. Nothing is as important as the health and safety of our guests and employees. We’ve been working hand in hand with our medical partner, Advent Health, as we developed a plan for how we work and play in light of Covid-nineteen. With guidance from the C-D-C, here are just a few of the extensive changes we’ve made throughout our resort: One of the first things you’ll notice is non-invasive temperature checks at the entrance. If you’re not feeling well, please plan to visit another day. If you have a temperature over one hundred point four degrees, you won’t be admitted. All of our rides now have staggered queue lines and all ride vehicle services are wiped down several times a day. All our restaurants and stores are configured for appropriate social distancing. Brick play areas get thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis. We’ve installed over two hundred hand sanitizer stations throughout the park in convenient locations. We also encourage all guests to wear face masks during their visit. Along with all the measures we’re taking, we’re also going all in on plastic—and I’m not talking about the brick type, but currency. We’re moving to credit cards only for everyone’s safety. And make sure you download the Legoland Florida app before you arrive. It will have up-to-the-minute information during your visit. We hope these changes give you confidence in the safety of visiting Legoland Florida Resort. By following these guidelines, we can all look forward to getting back to summer. For a complete list of the operational changes we’ve made, please visit legoland--dot--com--slash--changes. And on behalf of all of us at Legoland Florida Resort, we look forward to seeing you again when we reopen on June first.