What are Disney’s Parks doing to keep visiting families safe during Covid-19?

What are Disney’s Parks doing to keep visiting families safe during Covid-19?


With the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping around the world causing over 1 million deaths thus far, businesses have closed their doors to prevent the spread of this novel coronavirus. Disney has taken enhanced health and safety precautions at all its sites and parks around the world. No matter how strict their measures, there remains a risk of exposure to Covid-19 in any public spaces where people collect.

While the Disney Parks were also closed for business according to government and state regulations, certain parks, hotels, and restaurants have been adjusted according to the government protocols to allow them to re-open to tourists and customers.

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Despite the changes and adjustments made by Disney parks, visitors are still able to make magical memories. To comply with regulations, families are asked to maintain physical distancing of at least 6ft between other people. Disney parks have cleaning procedures throughout and guests are required to routinely sanitize their hands and shoes. Of course, there is reduced contact between people and even with Disney staff: a number of services are now managed through contactless payment services and call centres for support. Face coverings are essential for all guests and Disney staff and there are temperature screenings at the entrance locations too.

Disney’s Parks in Florida are regulated by their state’s health advisories. Guests are required to inform staff if they are experiencing any of the following symptoms: fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; fatigue; muscle of body aches; headaches; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; or, diarrhea. It is also state regulation for guests to inform Disney park staff if they’ve been in contact with someone confirmed or suspected of Covid-19 symptoms that haven’t completed a 14-day quarantine period; and, guests may not enter any Disney Park if they are under self-quarantine measures.

Guests to Disney are able to take in 4 of their theme parks: Magic Kingdom; Epcot; Disney’s Hollywood Studios (including Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge); and, Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Under the current government and state regulations, their Water Parks “Typhoon Lagoon” and “Blizzard Beach” remain closed until further notice.

Shopping, dining, events, and tours are back on track, while some Character Experiences and Entertainment Shows remain closed. The star attractions at Disney’s parks are the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge attraction, The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, and Celebrate Fall at the Magic Kingdom Park.