Disney has released a lot of news and updates lately regarding their reopening plans for Walt Disney World. You can visit a new “Know Before You Go” hub, “Experience Updates“, to help keep informed on what changes will be made.
The new page explains how cleanliness, physical distancing, and reduced contact is only the start of the measures that will be implemented when Walt Disney World reopens.
The page also mentions a new Park Reservation system that will be in place at the start of the reopenings. Guests will need to have a park reservation and valid admission to the theme park in order to be allowed inside.
At this time, ticket sales and new Resort hotel reservations are put on hold to honor reservations that have already been made. If you have already purchased a ticket or are an Annual Passholder, you will be able to make reservation requests before sales open again.
The site also gives guests a list of top things to know before going to the parks. Just like at Disney Springs, guests going to the parks will need to wear face coverings, go through a temperature check, and practice social distancing.
At the end of the page is a COVID-19 warning. Even with all of the health and safety measures Disney implements, there’s still a risk of exposure. Guests who visit Walt Disney World Resort voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to the virus.
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