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3 Safety Tips for Your Orlando Vacation

Disney World has reopened, Orange County is accepting visitors, and Orlando is springing back to life as Florida’s premier family destination. If you’re tired of being stuck at home, an Orlando vacation could be the change of scenery you need. While there’s no guarantee you won’t get sick, even if you stay at home, following these three safety tips will give you the best chance of remaining healthy while on vacation.

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How to Stay Healthy During Your Trip

  1. Stay Informed: Before your vacation, visit Florida’s official site for Covid Travel Safety Information. This site will keep you updated on the latest Covid developments and how they may impact your travels. Depending on where you’re traveling from, there may be required self-quarantines and other mandates to follow once you’re in Florida. These details should be at the site linked above.
  2. Stay Grounded: While you can travel by plane to get where you’re going, traveling by car can minimize your exposure to germs. Instead of spending hours in the air near strangers that could be carrying the virus, you’ll be in a car with the same family and friends that you already plan to spend your trip with.
  3. Stay Secluded: When you stay at a hotel, you’re forced to share a lobby, hallways, elevators, and other common spaces with countless guests. But when you stay at Spectrum Resort Orlando, you have your own spacious curated resort residence that enables you to spend as much (or as little) time around other guests as you’d like.

Travel Safe with Spectrum Resort Orlando

At Spectrum Resort, our top priority is the health and safety of our team members and guests. As such, we’ve taken extensive measures to minimize the likelihood of exposure to Covid-19 throughout the resort.

Click here to learn more about the safety measures in place, then click Book Now to schedule your stay.

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