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Universal CityWalk Orlando Is Selling Masks and Sanitizer

You Can Buy Masks and Sanitizer at Universal CityWalk in Orlando, Which Is Now Open

ORLANDO, UNITED STATES - MAY 14, 2020: Guests wearing face masks visit the Universal Orlando's CityWalk as sections of the entertainment and retail district opened today for limited hours for the first time since Universal Orlando closed on March 15, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to face coverings, temperature checks are also being required. Universal's theme parks will remain closed until at least May 31.- PHOTOGRAPH BY Paul Hennessy / Echoes Wire/ Barcroft Studios / Future Publishing (Photo credit should read Paul Hennessy / Echoes Wire/Barcroft Media via Getty Images)

Universal CityWalk in the Universal Orlando Resort has officially reopened as of May 14, but with limited operations. Ever since being temporarily shut down in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, its employees are being especially cautious. Although the theme parks still remain closed, families can experience CityWalk if they stick to strict parking, dining, and arrival restrictions, which include wearing masks, washing hands often, and having temperatures checked at the entrance.

According to the Disney Food Blog, both face masks (one for $6 or 3 three for $15) and hand sanitizers ($3 each) will be available for purchase at resort stores. Additionally, all employees will be required to wear a face covering while working. Purell hand sanitizer stations are located in "high profile places," such as store entrances. Shoppers are encouraged to keep a safe six-foot distance from each other at all times and follow social distancing markers and signs.

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