A number of changes to the health and safety procedures have been implemented in Disney World this weekend.
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!
Hong Kong Disneyland reopened on February 19th!
The park spent most of 2020 closing and reopening repeatedly. After originally shutting down in January, it reopened in June only to close again in July, reopen in September, and close AGAIN in December. So this February reopening is its THIRD time welcoming back guests since its initial closure. Phew! [Read more…]
Plexiglass is slowly but surely taking over Disney World.
Plexiglass has been added to an increasing number of attractions both in the lines and on the rides. And, as plexiglass is added, wait times tend to decrease! Well, as we escaped to one of our secret less-crowded places at Disney World, we noticed that the ride to get there had a plexiglass makeover.
With so many changes happening throughout Disney World, we’ve already explored the modifications that have been implemented at the theme park restrooms. We’ve also taken a closer look at how rider switch and Disability Access Services are operating with several new health and safety measures in place.
But now it’s time to take a closer look at the Baby Care Centers that are located inside each of the Disney World theme parks to see how they’ve adapted. Let’s head inside one now and take a look around.