As the COVID-19 pandemic began in the United States, central Florida was hit hard by theme park closings, home orders, and restrictions on visitors outside of the state. In a region that typically receives more than 76 million visitors a year, a shutdown lasting more than two months has dramatically changed the structure of the area.
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