Welcome to Orlando | What’s open and travel information

You can visit Orlando with confidence knowing that our wide open spaces and expansive theme parks and hotel properties give you plenty of room to spread out. As new CDC guidelines are released, local businesses will continue to update their policies with customer safety at the forefront, so keep checking back often for the latest updates.


Please note: Due to the evolving nature of this situation, this information may change rapidly.


VACCINATION AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR FOREIGN TRAVELERS AND RETURNING CITIZENS/LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENTS


Non-citizen and non-immigrant air travelers to the United States must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status before boarding a plane to travel to the United States, with some exceptions close. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has determined that for the purpose of travel to the United States, accepted vaccines will include vaccines approved by the FDA and listed for emergencies by the World Health Organization.


Children under 18 are exempt from the vaccination requirement for foreign travelers.


LOCAL VACCINATION LEVELS


As of March 2022, 76% of eligible Orlando and Orange County residents (age 5 and older) had received at least one dose of the vaccine. County leaders are insisting to visitors and residents that the safest way to travel is to get vaccinated.


MASKS


Current CDC recommendations recommend that individuals wear a mask indoors. You can also choose to hide yourself at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask. However, some local businesses may require face coverings.


Please bring a mask with you when traveling through the destination to ensure you are prepared for when they are needed.


PHYSICAL DISTANCE


Individual sites and businesses in Orange County may continue to maintain physical distancing at their discretion.


ABILITY


Each individual property manages the capacity it deems most secure.


SCREENING AND VACCINATION


As of March 26, 2022, the Orange County Government Department of Health Services no longer offers free COVID-19 testing or vaccinations.


Tests and vaccinations continue to be available from private companies, which may charge a fee. Additional testing and/or vaccination sites include AdventHealth Centra Care, CVS Health, GuideWell Emergency Doctors, Orlando International Airport, University of Central Florida and Aventus Biolabs, Walgreens Pharmacy and Walmart, and Quest Diagnostics.


Remember: the safest way to travel is to get vaccinated.


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