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City announces reopening of public playgrounds

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The City of Orlando will reopen all 47 public playgrounds and 14 outdoor fitness pods starting Friday, September 18.

The announcement was made by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer at the Orange County press conference today, along with a list of safety protocols for those who intend to use the public facilities.

  • Masks will be required when using public playgrounds.
  • People must stay six feet away from eachother if not from the same household.
  • People are required to sanitize or wash their hands before and after use.
  • Playgrounds are limited to no more than 50 people at a time.

Public facilities will be sanitized daily by City of Orlando staff.

Orange County announced that it will be opening 118 playgrounds on Saturday, September 19, following the same CDC guidelines as the City of Orlando.

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The City of Orlando will reopen all 47 public playgrounds and 14 outdoor fitness pods starting Friday, September 18.

The announcement was made by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer at the Orange County press conference today, along with a list of safety protocols for those who intend to use the public facilities.

  • Masks will be required when using public playgrounds.
  • People must stay six feet away from eachother if not from the same household.
  • People are required to sanitize or wash their hands before and after use.
  • Playgrounds are limited to no more than 50 people at a time.

Public facilities will be sanitized daily by City of Orlando staff.

Orange County announced that it will be opening 118 playgrounds on Saturday, September 19, following the same CDC guidelines as the City of Orlando.