Theme parks begin reopening after 3 months of coronavirus closures
Patrons enjoy the 200-foot dive on the SheiKra roller coaster at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, owned by SeaWorld.
The state of play: After being closed for 87 days, Busch Gardens and SeaWorld in Orlando reopened yesterday for the first time since March 16.
- SeaWorld has "face covering relaxation zones," where people can sit down and take off their masks,
- The park is selling masks decorated like shark’s teeth or a dolphin’s snout.
Walt Disney World Resort theme parks will begin a phased reopening July 11.