Healthy Traveler Information

At this time, Orange County has ordered all non-essential retail and commercial businesses to close, and all residents to stay home from non-essential travel. This order is in effect from 11 p.m. on Thursday, March 26 and will continue for two weeks until April 9 at 11 p.m. For additional information, visit OCFL.net/coronavirus

We encourage you to follow @VisitOrlando on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and updates from businesses throughout the destination.

If you need information on traveling to Orlando, call Orlando’s Official Visitor Center at +1 407-363-5872 or contact us via Live Chat. We also encourage you to follow @VisitOrlando on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and updates from businesses throughout the destination.

Orlando To Go: Curbside Pickup & Delivery Services From Orlando Restaurants 

Orlando has a great array of dining choices. While currently all eat-in dining rooms in the state are closed, several of our best local eateries are offering delivery and curbside takeout options while following federal and state guidelines concerning the coronavirus.  

Visit Orlando To Go to find more than 250 restaurants throughout the area that are now offering takeout and delivery options. New additions continue to be added, so check back often. Many local restaurants have created unique menus including family-style options, craft beer, cocktails to go and more. Follow @VisitOrlando on social media for additional updates.

Destination Resources

Refer to the following links for updates from Orlando International Airport (MCO), the Orange County Convention Center and Orlando’s theme parks.

Additional Resources

Health Updates

FAQ

What preventative measures should I take?

The CDC encourages travelers to practice the same healthy measures on vacation that they do at home, including:

  • Wash your hands often, with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds.
  • If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
  • Clean or disinfect surfaces and objects that may be contaminated with germs. 
  • If you are feeling sick, limit contact with others as much as possible and contact a health provider.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze.
  • Avoid close contact with those that are sick.
  • Rely on trusted, credible sources such as the Florida Department of Health and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for information.

Where can I find operating hours for the theme parks?

  • Walt Disney World Resort will be closed until further notice.
  • SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment will be closed until further notice.
  • Universal Orlando Resort will be closed through April 19.
  • LEGOLAND Florida Resort will be closed through April 14.

How can I find information on flights at Orlando International Airport?

  • Orlando International Airport posted current measures being used to maintain the safety, health and well-being of employees and passengers.
  • Airlines such as American, Delta and Southwest have posted information regarding sanitation and disinfection measures.

What If I am on vacation and feel like I may be experiencing symptoms?

If you feel that you may be ill, for assistance and instructions please immediately call the Florida Department of Health's Coronavirus hotline at +1 866-779-6121 (now open 24 hours), or our Orange County Florida Department of Health Coronavirus Call Center at +1 407-723-5004.

If you are instructed, or decide, to go directly to a health care facility, please call the location in advance so they can coordinate receiving arrangements for the protection of you as well as others.

What measures do Orlando’s tourism businesses take to prevent the spread of germs? 

As the No. 1 travel destination in the U.S., Orlando takes safety extremely seriously. We have an extraordinary infrastructure of major public and private entities that work together to protect the health and safety of our residents and visitors alike. 

To ensure a vacation to Orlando is both happy and healthy, our tourism businesses employ some of the highest cleanliness standards in the industry. Our major facilities that are the most common stops for visitors — such as the airport, convention center and world-famous theme parks — lead the way in best practices with rigorous health and sanitation standards across their properties, and have now increased measures even more. 

These measures include: 

  • Frequently disinfecting common high-touch surfaces;
  • Providing hand sanitizer and hand washing stations for guest convenience, especially now during this cold and flu season; and 
  • Ongoing employee training on hygiene practices and ensuring guests have easy access to on-site medical support. 

As leaders in the industry, these businesses also maintain close relationships with local, state, national, and international public health authorities and follow their guidance if additional preventive measures are needed.