Disney theme parks are reopening slowly with Walt Disney World Florida, set to reopen on 11 July. Before that the House of Mouse has come up with new guidelines in place to ensure safety for visitors.
The guidelines are:
Anyone visiting from out of state must adhere to the Florida Department of Health’s guidelines about who is under isolation or quarantine orders. Gov. DeSantis in March ordered anyone traveling from the Tri-State area into Florida would need to quarantine for two weeks.
To enter a park, both a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date are required.
Face coverings are required for all Guests (ages two and above) and Cast Members. They will be required to wear proper face coverings except while swimming or seated for dining.
Temperature screenings are required.
The parks are also encouraging people to use cashless or contact less forms of payment to make purchases.
Some experiences—including theme parks—may be modified or unavailable to allow for physical distancing and limited contact.
Helpful technology and usage of the My Disney Experience app is encouraged
Walt Disney World theme parks – Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park will open 11 July onward, followed by EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on 15 July.
Presently, only Shanghai Disneyland has resumed operations and reports suggest that Hong Kong Disneyland will follow soon. In fact, it might reopen even before Walt Disney World.