ORLANDO (CBSMiami) – State health officials are not seeing any COVID-19 cases associated with the reopening of the theme parks in the Orlando area.

Walt Disney World opened its parks earlier this month, while Universal Orlando and SeaWorld reopened in June.

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  • Orange County public health officials are working with the parks to monitor any cases or outbreaks. They say they have yet to see a rise in cases from people going to the parks.

    The health department said there were some complaints about the use of face coverings, but only at a few attractions.