Recently, another political figure commented on some things related to Disney and we’ve got all the updates right here for you.
To ensure we are equipping our readers with all the information they need, we will continue to report on all travel, safety, and COVID-related news that could impact a Disney Parks visit.
The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to develop, and rules and regulations have changed with it.
Over the past year, mask rules have changed, vaccines have become available to more individuals, and we’ve kept an eye out for updates on COVID-19 numbers in Florida. Recently, the White House announced some new policies when it comes to COVID-19, vaccines, and testing. How could these policies affect your Disney World trip? We’re breaking down what you need to know right here.
A great and long-standing tradition at the Hall of Presidents in Disney World has been to update the attraction every time a new President takes office.
In the past, the time frame has varied for how long it takes to add the new Presidential animatronic. The attraction closed on January 20, 2021 and Disney said a couple weeks ago that it would be reopening in August with the new President Biden animatronic, we just didn’t have an exact date. BUT while we were in Magic Kingdom today, we discovered that the Hall of Presidents is OPEN! [Read more…]
We’ve previously seen the CDC relax guidelines as states move towards a full reopening. Today, the CDC changed mask recommendations entirely for fully vaccinated individuals, stating that it is considered safe for those people to forgo masks both indoors and outdoors. And in response, President Joe Biden has issued a statement.
Recently, the CDC has stated that fully vaccinated individuals can gather indoors, and states such as Florida and California have begun to look at relaxing restrictions. And now, another announcement is on the way.
As the situation with the global pandemic continues to develop, we’ve seen a variety of changes made and other news announced.
So far, President Biden has indicated that the U.S. could have enough vaccines for all adults by May, and has directed states to make all adults eligible for the vaccine by May. California and Florida have already started to announce expansions in terms of eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine, and Dr. Fauci has indicated that COVID-19 guidelines could loosen by July. And, now we’ve got an update on “vaccine passports” and what you might need to travel or participate in certain activities in the future.