Per regulations, guests are required to wear face-coverings at all times. Disney has set specific requirements for masks and will only accept guests who have the proper coverage. The only time guests are allowed to remove the mask is when they are actively eating or drinking while stationary or at a relaxation station. [Read more…]
After the longest closure in Disney World history, the parks have now reopened to guests.
Upon reopening, the parks implemented a number of new safety measures for the health of both guests and Cast Members. These changes include reduced park capacity, Disney Park Pass reservations required for entry, face masks required for all Cast Members and guests age two and older, social distancing measures, and more.
UPDATE: Disney World has released new guidelines that specifically state that gaiters are not allowed. Click here to read all about the update.
Even before local health officials mandated face masks in both Orange County, Florida, and Anaheim, California, Disney stated that all Cast Members and guests over the age of two would be required to wear a face covering while inside Disney World’s theme parks, hotel common areas, and Disney Springs.
We’ve shared information about what Disney considers to be an acceptable face covering. But, there have been some inconsistencies between guest experiences and Disney’s official policy that could impact what type of face covering you should bring with you to Disney World.
As part of its reopening, Disney has implemented a number of health and safety measures based on guidance from various governmental authorities and health agencies. You can check out the full list reopening procedures here.
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Our friends at Small World Vacations have been working tirelessly to help their guests prepare for their Disney vacations and keep them up-to-date on the changes at Walt Disney World, and today they’re sharing what you need to know when planning your Disney World vacation.
We’re just a few short weeks away from Disney World’s grand re-opening to guests!
The Disney Park Pass Reservation System has gone live, and the Disney Resorts have started to open across the Disney property. We have lists of attractions that will be reopening as well as restaurants ready to welcome everyone back to the parks, there’s still a lot to consider about how your Disney World vacation is going to change.