We’ve shared with you that the people we’re most worried about in Disney World right now are the Cast Members. Starting today, Disney Cast Members wanting to be tested for coronavirus will actually be able to get tested on Disney World property, with a dedicated lane for themselves.
There’s a lot of moving and shaking happening at Disney World right now as the theme parks’ phased reopening approaches. Can you believe it’s less than two weeks away?!
Earlier today, we learned when guests can expect to ride Disney World’s monorail and Skyliner gondola system. And thanks to a reader, it looks like we might know more details regarding Disney World’s ferryboats soon!
Now that Shanghai Disneyland has partially reopened, it seems Hong King Disneyland might be taking steps in the same direction.
Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney theme park to close on January 25th while Hong Kong Disneyland shut its gates only a day later, but has yet to welcome back guests.
During this difficult time, we know that many of our readers want to be kept up to date on news that may speak to the Disney Parks closures. This is why you’ll see this type of content on our blog. But if you only come to our site from social media, this may be all you see. The majority of our content continues to focus on Disney vacations, restaurants, attractions, and, of course, food. Please head to our latest posts here to see what we’re writing about today!
The Disney parks aren’t the only places closed for business due to the global health crisis. Much of the country is currently contending with closures and economic pause on an unprecedented scale.
Many around the nation are turning to health and government officials for guidance, and today the Federal has issued its “Guidelines: Opening Up America Again,” a phased approach to drawing back current recommended restrictions.
We’ve identified some specific points in the guidelines that may give more insight into what would need to happen before the Disney Parks can safely resume operations. Let’s take a look.