Those Florida parks will reopen with new measures in place to protect staff and guests from the spread of COVID-19, including additional screenings, increased sanitation, social distancing measures, temperature checks at all main entrances, contactless purchases for food and mandatory facial coverings.

Other theme parks in the U.S., including Six Flags, Universal Studios Hollywood, Busch Gardens, Legoland California and Knott's Berry Farm, have not yet announced reopening dates.

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