Walt Disney World President, Josh D’Amaro has sent out an email regarding information on the partial reopening of Disney Springs. The biggest thing that we’re seeing from the information released by the company earlier involves the language used when discussing face coverings.
A portion of the email is below –
Following recent state and local guidelines permitting the reopening of some Florida businesses, we’ve seen a strong interest in what our next steps may be. As we plan for the future, we’re keeping the health and well-being of both our cast members and our guests at the forefront of planning efforts.
Today, I’m pleased to share that we’re preparing for a phased reopening of select locations owned by third-party operating participants in the Disney Springs shopping and dining district, starting on May 20. We continue to monitor conditions and look forward to welcoming each of our guests back with enhanced health and safety measures in place including the changes below:
- Limited capacity based on Florida state and local guidelines
- Appropriate physical distancing
- Requiring both our cast members and guests to wear face coverings
- Additional cast safety training with a focus on limited-contact guest services and enhanced cleaning procedures
Disney Parks Blog stated earlier today stated that, “Disney Springs will begin to reopen in a way that incorporates enhanced safety measures, including increased cleaning procedures, the use of appropriate face coverings by both cast members and guests, limited-contact guest services and additional safety training for cast members.”
Josh D’Amaro has now clarified that the face coverings will indeed be required by both Cast Members and guests.
Shanghai Disneyland is implementing similar measures when it comes to face coverings.
3 thoughts on “Walt Disney World Announces Guidelines for Phased Reopening of Disney Springs”
Well, if the face mask policy doesnt change before we leave for our trip on June 1st, I will cancel.
Sorry Disney, you’re not forcing me to cover my face in blazing hot Florid weather.
Not insisting on any type of face covering and allowing things like bandanas and such is completely and totally useless.
Thanks but no thanks.
We’ll visit when you return to your senses.
I would suggest you make your feelings known yo Disney then.