Florida relies heavily on the tourism industry, and the pandemic greatly affected travel to the state. However, as more people become vaccinated and travel increases again, the tourism industry is slowly returning to normal.
Theme parks in California are slowly reopening.
Universal Studios Hollywood reopened today, and Disneyland will open its gates on April 30th! Obviously, we’re excited to get back into the parks, but the impact of these reopenings is much bigger than that. As the tourism industry slowly rebuilds in California, the economy — including small businesses — is already beginning to recover.
It’s been over a year since the first COVID-19 cases were reported in Florida.
The effects of the global health crisis have been sweeping across Florida, the nation, and the world. Now, we’re taking a look at just how COVID-19 has impacted the Florida tourism industry — and how those impacts might affect your Disney World trip.
Due to the current global situation, Walt Disney World is currently operating at a limited capacity.
Capacity is somewhat naturally limited, however, because there are some guests who simply cannot travel to Walt Disney World right now. Like those from certain states or countries with travel restrictions or advisories for example.
Recently, we heard of a few predictions that suggest that it may take a considerable amount of time before international tourist spending in the United States returns to pre-coronavirus levels.