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Universal will extend furloughs for more than 5,000 workers

ORLANDO, Fla. – Due to the ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, Universal Orlando Resort plans to extend furloughs for more than 5,000 of its workers.Universal senior vice president of human resources Scot LaFerte wrote in a notice dated Sept.

4 the furloughs are not expected to become permanent but the situation could change.The workers listed on the notice are expected to remain on furlough “until further notice.”[TRENDING: Mom kicked off flight after toddler won’t wear mask | Cops: Man stabs librarian in eye with scissors | UCF to conduct random COVID-19 tests on students]“As a direct result of the unforeseen reach of COVID-19 and its impact on its operations, Universal Orlando continues to experience unprecedented challenges.

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