Some other restaurants that used to be buffets are currently serving food family-style, like Tusker House in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Resort changed up their service by bringing out the meat in skillets instead of walking around with skewers. However, Boma reopened as a buffet and Biergarten switched back to their buffet style, and more restaurants (like Crystal Palace in Disney’s Magic Kingdom) are planning to do the same. So how do you feel about the return of buffets to Disney World? We asked our readers, and now we have the answer!
Back in July, mask policies changed in Disney World and mask policies recently were updated again slightly. Currently, Disney requires all guests ages 2 and older to wear masks indoors and on most forms of transportation.
Over the past few weeks and months, we’ve seen some price changes when it comes to face masks, and for a time it was pretty difficult to even find Disney masks in the parks. Today, we saw masks available in Disney World, but there’s a BIG reason why you wont want to buy them in the parks.
Can you believe that tomorrow is the first day of AUGUST?! This year has been much quicker than last year!
Over the past 7 months, we’ve seen a lot of huge changes and massive news bombs come out of Disney World, and the wild ride is just beginning! Not everything has fully reopened yet and some things are even taking a step backward in terms of health and safety protocols, so if you’re traveling soon, here are 11 things you need to know about Disney World in August.
As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change and develop, we’ve seen a number of changes made in California, Florida, and beyond.
Recently, the CDC updated its indoor mask policy for those who are fully vaccinated. Even before that change, LA County, California and Universal Studios Hollywood started requiring individuals to wear masks indoors. Now, Disneyland Resort has updated its indoor mask policy. What does the policy require and what does Disneyland look like now with this updated policy in place? We’re sharing all the details here with you.
Due to the changing situation with COVID-19, mask rules have changed in select places.
Already, masks are required indoors in Los Angeles County, California and Universal Studios Hollywood. Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also updated their guidance regarding wearing masks indoors. Now, one major Florida attraction has updated their mask rules.
The situation with COVID-19 continues to develop and change throughout the United States and the world.
We’ve shared a look at the current situation with COVID-19, particularly in terms of the case numbers rising in Florida and how one Central Florida mayor noted that they are in “crisis mode.” Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an update regarding their indoor mask recommendations. And now it looks like Disney has made some recent changes when it comes to its mask prices.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve around the world, including in the United States.
Recently, the mayor of Orange County, Florida has noted that they are in “crisis mode” due to the rising COVID-19 cases in the county, and we shared that the United States will not be lifting its travel restrictions due to COVID-19 concerns. Earlier today, we shared that the Centers for Disease Control may be updating their recommendations regarding mask wearing and now we’ve got an update.
The situation with COVID-19 continues to change and develop throughout the United States.
Yesterday, we shared updates as to the COVID-19 situation in Central Florida. We also shared some news as to the United States’ travel restrictions for other countries. Now, we have news about a potential change that may be coming to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s mask guidance.
Rules regarding face masks, social distancing, and more have been changing at Disney World and Disneyland over the past few weeks.
Just recently, masks became optional for fully vaccinated guests at Disneyland in most locations. Now, we’ve seen a big change made when it comes to mask rules for Disneyland’s Cast Members.
Mask and distancing rules have been changing a lot at Disney World over the past few weeks.
Masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated guests in most locations around Disney World, and distancing measures have been reduced in many places. But today we spotted another change that has been made to Disney World’s mask policies when it comes to Cast Members.