As the policies around the parks continue changing, Disney World has been informing guests about what guidelines they will need to follow through signs and overhead announcements. Since this is an unprecedented situation, Disney has been updating and changing their policies frequently.
The Disney World parks have had to make a large number of health and safety changes recently.
And these changes always seem to be evolving.
Theme parks in Florida have been reopened for a few weeks now, following temporary closures. Universal Orlando was one of the first, initially reopening in early June.
As the global health crisis continues, the Universal Orlando (and Walt Disney World) are continuing to tweak their health and safety procedures that may impact your trip, especially those concerning face coverings.
It’s been quite the past few weeks as we’ve headed back to Disney World to check out all the Character Cavalcades, reopened restaurants in the parks, and what the crowds have looked like during the reopenings!
The Disney Parks have also reopened with new health and safety guidelines. Along with temperature checks and distancing measures, Disney World is also putting mask requirements in place for guests and Cast Members.
While we’ve known that Disney would be implementing a mandatory mask requirement for everyone on property, we’ve also noticed that they are required at all times on attractions. The only place guests are able to take them off are when they are swimming, visiting a relaxation station, or dining.
Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney park to reopen on May 11th followed by Hong Kong Disneyland on June 18th.
And today, Disney’s third international theme park reopened since closing down in February. Let’s see how the first day of Tokyo Disney Resort’s phased reopening went!