And as the global situation develops, Disney has updated its policies to bring back the magic but still protect guests — including specifying that there’s no eating/drinking allowed in line and noting that masks cannot be removed to eat or drink, except when stationary and physically distanced. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been making changes to their policies over time as well, and here’s how some of those important changes could potentially impact your future Disney Vacation and how you plan for it.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated guidance on quarantine for those exposed to COVID-19.
Up to this point of the global health crisis, the CDC has recommended a two-week quarantine for those who have been exposed to COVID-19. Now, that recommendation is changing to shorten the length of quarantine for some people.
The global health crisis has completely changed the way we travel this year. There are a ton of things to consider now that the world is adapting to new health and safety regulations.
Overall, these regulations have remained relatively constant in the last two months. Transportation and lodging companies have become accustomed to the new rules in place, like mandatory face masks and increased sanitation. Companies have also implemented new travel policies to accommodate the CDC health advisories as well as budget cuts and shortages. It’s important to keep track of all the new policies so when it’s time to travel, you know what to expect and how to prepare for it.
During the course of the global health crisis, a series of rules, both in certain parts of the U.S. and abroad, have been put in place requiring residents to quarantine for 14 days after visits to specific states or countries.
The U.K. recently added France to its mandatory quarantine list, meaning that those traveling from the U.K. to Disneyland Paris must quarantine for 14 days after returning to the U.K.
Last week, we reported New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut wanted travelers to complete a 14-day quarantine after returning from one of several states which had been identified as having a high rate of infection.
The list included Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Utah, and Texas. And this week, New Jersey has just added seven more states including California.
Recently the NBA announced its decision to allow several teams to finish their 2020 season in Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
And now, we just found out the NBA players will be permitted to invite family and friends as they advance in the playoffs!