Recently, the Cruise Line made a change to the mask policy when guests are taking photos onboard! [Read more…]
Welcome back to Magic Kingdom!
We’re back in the park to check out everything new and exciting in construction, merchandise, and more. Let’s get started!
Blizzard Beach has officially reopened!
It is the first water park to reopen at Disney World and is operating under a variety of health and safety guidelines, much like the theme parks. This includes reduced capacity, temperature screenings, physical distancing markings, and face coverings. The face mask policy is a little different than we’ve experienced in the parks, so we headed over to experience it for ourselves!
Even though we were convinced that 2020 would last forever, we’re now three months into 2021!
This year has been pretty eventful in Disney World so far, with several policy changes, lots of construction, and plenty of new offerings. We’ve been looking out for all the latest Disney news, and if you’re planning on traveling to the parks and resorts in March, there are quite a few things you need to know about!
Yesterday marked the first Walt Disney Company Earnings Call for 2021.
These earnings calls take place at the end of every fiscal quarter and give Disney executives a chance to update their investors. Typically, these calls give us a LOT of insight into how the company is doing, exciting happenings, and what’s to come. Here are 12 things you missed from yesterday’s report!
Disney is continuing to implement health and safety procedures as the pandemic continues.
That have recently updated their mask and social distancing policies, and clarified that guests will still have to wear a mask once they receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Now, Bob Chapek, CEO of The Walt Disney Company, has shared a further update.
While strolling through the Disney World parks, guests will periodically hear overhead announcements reminding them about the face mask policy.
While the announcements have been happening since the parks reopened, we have noticed a few tweaks to the specific messages to add additional clarification regarding the face mask policy. And today, we heard ANOTHER new version of the face mask overhead announcement!
Guests are only permitted to remove their masks while visiting one of the designated relaxation zones, or while eating or drinking in a stationary, distanced location.
In the last few months we have already seen Disney update and tighten their policy, and there have understandably been many questions.
This is a big deal for many guests. And one of the questions we get regularly from our readers and followers is: will Disney relax their face mask policy for guests with disabilities? We’ve passed this question on to Disney World multiple times, and today we’re going to go over the details of what we’re hearing.