On the last day, Florida recorded a total of 10,383 new cases, joining the already 254,511 people infected with coronavirus. Ranking as the fourth state with the most cases (below New York, California and Texas), it added 95 deaths and remains the epicenter of the pandemic. The availability of beds is very low and the hospital rooms are less and less crowded. That’s why the Florida Department of Health announced the allocation of $138 million in federal funds to hire epidemiologists, nurses, and contact trackers from infected people.
Despite this, Disney World will reopen its doors. Obviously, following health protocols and not in their entirety. First they’ll be Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, and then, four days later, Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.Disney’s new measurements include mandatory use of head caps and social estrangement. Visitors will only be able to enter the park upon prior reservation and will not be allowed to visit more than one. With regard to employees, everyone will have to take the temperature when entering the park.
The total cases of infection are 254,511, while the total number of coronavirus deaths in Florida is 4,197, although compared to others, their mortality is lower.