To ensure we are equipping our readers with all the information they need, we will continue to report on all travel, safety, and COVID-related news that could impact a Disney Parks visit.
Disney World health and safety regulations seem like they are ever-evolving.
It has been almost two years since Disney World closed in response to the global health crisis. Since then, Disney has been repeatedly updating the mask policy, social distancing protocols, and more. Now, we’re taking an updated look at what happens when you experience COVID-19 symptoms in Disney World.
When a guest enters the Walt Disney World Resort at this time, they are confirming that they and all persons in their party are in compliance with a health acknowledgment.
The acknowledgment maintains that guests are not experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, have not been in contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms without a 14-day quarantine, and are not under any self-quarantine orders.
But what happens if a guest tests positive for COVID-19 or notices symptoms during their Disney vacation? There’s a note to the health acknowledgment that has the answer to this question.
The statement notes, “If at any point during their visit a Guest does not meet all of the above criteria, they and their traveling party will be required to isolate and may be relocated or asked to leave the property.”
This is in line with our findings that Disney would handle COVID-19 situations on a case-by-case basis. If you have any concerns that you are in breach of the health acknowledgment while on your Disney trip, isolate and contact your hotel front desk or Guest Services. They should tell you what steps to take next. And if you’re looking to get a COVID-19 test when visiting Central Florida, we have all the details here.
As always, stay tuned to DFB for the latest information from Disney World.