Walt Disney World takes COVID-19 seriously

Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando is open and has introduced a number of new regulations to limit Exposure to covid-19 when visiting its theme parks.

These regulations include:

● limiting numbers in each park, in on-site restaurants and in lines for rides
● screening your temperature on arrival
● requiring face coverings to be worn by all guests older than 2 years
● cleaning and housekeeping has been enhanced
● granting easy access to sanitizer around the park
● adhering to ground markings and barriers to ensure social distancing

Walt Disney World Resort has also introduced a park reservation system and requires visitors to hold both a park reservation booking and a valid admission ticket for the same day before entering the park. Disney encourages guests to make use of its mobile app as much as possible and to enact cashless payments through this portal to reduce contact. Their management says it consulted with governmental bodies and health authorities, such as the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, when putting its COVID-19 protocols in place.

“Where we have been able to reopen our theme parks with limited capacity, guests have consistently demonstrated a willingness and a desire to visit which, we believe, is a testament to the fact that they feel confident in the health and safety protocols we’ve put in place,” said Disney’s CEO, Bob Chapek, in a recent interview with CNBC.