Now, vaccines are being distributed all over the country to specific groups of people. For those of you in Osceola County looking to get the vaccine, there’s a new and easier way to pre-register.
During today’s Earnings Call, we learned that the parks have currently remained at 35% capacity. But, what will it take for capacity to increase again? Here’s what Disney’s CEO had to say today.
The United States has been contending with the global health crisis for about a year now.
The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine has begun across the country. Now, as folks wait for when and where they can get the vaccine, Facebook is announcing several new features to aid this process.
As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to roll out around the country and world, officials are looking at next steps.
Right now, many countries (including the United States) already require a negative test for entry and masks are soon to be required for air travel in the U.S. Now, officials are evaluating the potential for a “vaccine passport” to prove passengers are vaccinated in order to fly. Here’s what we know!
Last year, the pandemic caused the closure of every Disney park in the world. And some parks are still closed.
Although Disney World reopened last summer, the park is currently operating at limited capacity (which was recently raised from 25 to 35 percent), with new health and safety guidelines that include temperature checks upon entry into the park and a mask requirement for all guests over the age of two.
Disneyland Resort is currently serving as Orange County, California’s first mass vaccination site.
The property is one of five Super Point-of-Dispensing sites in California. While the theme park is mostly closed, Disney has opened the Toy Story parking lot to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine. Medical tents have been installed and the site has opened for vaccine administration.
A few days ago we shared that Disneyland Resort would be home to the first large-scale vaccination site in Orange County, CA.
Throughout the week, we’ve been getting more updates on this development: how it will work, who will have first access, and where it will be located. As the logistics for this big move are discussed, it leads us to question — could a similar set-up be made at Walt Disney World?
We’ve been hard at work scoping out all the news for you this week. Today we have the details on the latest in the Disney theme parks and MORE!
See all of our coverage on Disney park reopenings HERE. We still have a LOT to share with you this week, so let’s jump right in… .
As the ongoing health crisis continues, we have been keeping an eye out for news regarding COVID-19.
Pfizer’s vaccine was authorized by the FDA last week and recently California hit a record-setting number of daily cases. But now, the FDA has approved Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine, making it the second to be available for emergency use.
We’ve been keeping a close eye on new developments amid the ongoing global health crisis.
From new sanitation technology to additional testing facilities, we’ve seen a number of new measures implemented to combat COVID-19 outbreaks. Following recent indications that a vaccine could soon begin distribution, we now have another vaccine update.