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.
As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change and develop, we’ve kept looking for updates on mask rules, isolation requirements, testing recommendations, and more, all of which could impact your next park trip.
One thing you might be using a lot of right now, whether you’re at home or in the parks, is hand sanitizer. If you’re planning to visit Disney World soon, you might be wondering what the hand sanitizing situation looks like there to help you prepare and determine whether to bring your own sanitizer. Are there hand sanitizing stations readily available? Do they actually work and are they actually full with the sanitizing liquid?
Well, you know you can RELY ON US to do the HARD HITTING REPORTING on those sanitizer stations throughout WDW. 😀 Yep, that’s right — we asked our incredible DFB reporters to check hand sani stations during their shifts to get the 411 on the sanitizer situation! (In all seriousness, this really is good info for folks to note when they’re prepping for their trips.) Note that our reporters did this research over several days, and checked sanitizer stations that they would normally be using at that time to get a broad overview of the status of sani in the parks. Here’s what we’re seeing; and stay tuned at the bottom of this post for a good overview.