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Walt Disney World acquired approval from the state of Florida to reopen its 4 Orlando-based theme parks beginning July 11.
Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will open first, on July 11. Then, Epcot and Hollywood Studios will observe on July 15.
Disney submitted its reopening plans on Wednesday to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force and acquired an endorsement from Orange County Mayor Jerry Dennings shortly after the assembly.
Visitors and staff might want to put on face masks and endure temperature checks previous to coming into the park. The parks will even require guests to buy their tickets upfront of arriving on the parks.
Additional hand-washing stations can be added across the park and social distancing measures can be put in place at eating places and within the traces for rides.
Even with these security measures, the danger of contracting Covid-19 stays. That’s why Disney has issued statements to inform patrons that there’s an inherent risk of exposure to coronavirus in a public place.
All present eating reservations, together with Disney eating plans, have been canceled by the tip of 2020. New ones might be bought nearer to when parks reopen, and the reserving window will shift from 180 days to 60 days.
All FastPass reservations for rides, exhibits and different experiences on the park and Extra Magic Hours, which permit lodge visitors to enter the park early, have additionally been suspended.
Temporarily, Disney has stopped promoting new tickets and lodge reservations in order that present ticket holders, who could have bought tickets for the park earlier than a gap date was set, and Disney World’s annual passholders could make new reservations.