Looks like Legoland Florida has put together all the pieces.
The Winter Haven theme park is the first in Central Florida to have its reopening plans approved, and they're preparing to welcome visitors again starting on Monday, June 1.The Polk County park says it received guidance from AdventHealth officials to create their plan, which will include maintaining a 50 percent capacity limit and checking guest temperatures. Those at or above 100.4 degrees will be denied entry. The park will also rely on cashless payments, social distancing markers and enhanced cleaning routines. The park and water park will reopen with adjusted hours at first.
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