With the Coronavirus pandemic in full swing right now the CDC has released a list of tips to help prevent its spread, including proper handwashing and good hygiene alongside practicing social isolation and avoiding large crowds. Many events are being postponed or outright canceled because of the virus, with businesses and theme parks alike adjusting hours and temporarily closing their doors. So which Florida theme parks are closed? If you had plans for Disney or these other major parks, you may need to reschedule your visit.

Those hoping to adjust their adventures for when things start to go back to normal, look no further than this list. 

We've done some digging for closures and anticipated re-openings, so you can go back to counting down the days to when you can don your Mickey ears in one hand and your camera in the other once again.

SeaWorld Orlando

Date closed: March 16, 2020

Expected length of closure: Until the end of March.

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Busch Gardens Tampa

Date closed: March 16, 2020

Expected length of closure: Through the end of March.

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Universal Studios Parks Orlando

Date closed: The close of business on March 15, 2020

Expected length of closure: Until April 1, 2020

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Legoland Florida

Date of closure: The close of business on March 15, 2020

Expected length of closure: Until April 1, 2020

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Walt Disney World Parks And Resorts

Date closed: March 16, 2020, for all parks beside Disney Springs which will close March 17, 2020. Resort hotels will close on March 20, 2020.

Expected length of closure: Until April 1, 2020

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Discovery Cove Orlando

Date closed: March 16, 2020

Expected length of closure: Until April 1, 2020

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Any Floridians with questions, concerns, or in need of emotional support surrounding the virus are encouraged to contact The Florida Department of Health's 24-hour Coronavirus hotline.