The county’s designated “Strike Team”, officially dubbed the Orange County Business Compliance Assistance Team, visited both parks this past Wednesday to evaluate how well they were adhering to the county-mandated measures designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19, such as mandatory face masks and social distancing protocols.
According to documents Orange County gave Spectrum News, both parks were in compliance with the measures.
The Strike Team is made up of code enforcement, fire department and Florida Department of Health employees. According to Orange County Spokeswoman Despina McLaughlin, theme park visits are “unannounced.”
As for Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando, the Orange County spokeswoman said that the team plans on visiting “the other large theme parks in the very near future.”
We’re intrigued to find out how the other parks’ inspections turn out. Stay tuned to Orlando Theme Park Zone for further updates.
H/T Spectrum News