Coronavirus: When could Disney World reopen for business?
The Orlando (Florida) based theme park was forced to closed its doors to the publish since mid-March amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Both Florida's Disney World and California's Disneyland theme parks have been closed since mid-March as a consequence of the because of the Covid-19 pandemic and despite neither park offering a definitive opening date, the park going experience will be a different one for users.
A first phase of an eventual reopening would see both parks working on a 50% capacity with temperature checks a requirement for all cast members with all staff and guests obliged to wear face masks.
Hand was dispensers would be widely located throughout the park with all main attractions being disinfected constantly throughout the day along with handrails and principal surfaces in both parks.
Queues for rides and attractions would require patrons to observe social distancing regulations with markers painted in key areas to adhere these measures are kept. It's also widely believed that the parks would encourage visitors 65 and older to refrain from visiting the park in the initial phases of resumption.
No official reopening date has been announced for Disney World or Disneyland or overseas parks (Paris, Shanghai ...) with Disney stating that those theme parks would remain closed "until further notice" on March 27.
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