Two phases are in place for Disney World to allow visitors back inside the park. The first calls for 50 percent capacity, and once conditions further improve, 75 percent capacity will be allowed. However, there is not a set date for either of these phases as pandemic conditions remain hard to predict.
The report recommends that markers be set in ride queues six feet apart to allow for social distancing, a precaution many grocery stores and essential businesses have adopted. Visitors 65 years and older, who are at a higher risk for contracting coronavirus, will be encouraged to stay at home.
Disney World staff will be required to wear face masks and regularly wipe down and disinfect all surfaces and railings. Employees will need to have their temperatures taken before working their shifts, and anyone above 100.4 degrees will be sent home.
Touch-less hand sanitizing stations will be added to every ride’s entry and exit, as well as ticketing areas and turnstiles.
5/23/2020 11:53:13 am
Disney is taking the appropriate steps. Let's hope that visitors are also going to take the appropriate steps and not go to the park if they have fever, or are feeling under the weather. Once people pay for the vacation, hard to stay home because someone isn't feeling well. Maybe it is time for the travel industry to make cancelations easier, to encourage people to stay home when they are sick and get most if not all their money back, or credit toward future travel.
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Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".