The Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line have both been holding high standards of cleanliness for the health and safety of guests during the Coronavirus outbreak.
We’ve continued to give you updates on park closures, Disney Cruise reservation changes, and procedures in Disney World. And, there’s even more news to share with you about extra sanitary actions being taken against the Coronavirus in Disney Parks!
According to Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pamela Hymel, Cast Members will be receiving continual training under the guidance of the CDC.
She states that they will be including protocols “such as:
- Defined cycles for frequent cleaning and disinfection of targeted areas
- Easy access to handwashing facilities and hand sanitizers
- Quick response to spills, trash and other situations
- End of day sanitation procedures for restroom, kitchen, and other facilities
- Frequent cleaning and “wash down” of outdoor locations, including walkways and queues”
If Cast Members feel sick, they will be asked to stay home to prevent the spread of any illness. While they are in the parks, they will be expected to follow guidelines like “washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, following proper respiratory cough etiquette, avoiding close contact with people who are sick and avoiding touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.”
We are thankful to know Disney is taking these additional precautions to protect its guests, cast, and crew during the current Coronavirus situation. We’ll keep you updated on all the news about Disney and the Coronavirus here at DFB!
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