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Disney Issues Blunt and Direct Warning Before Disney Springs Phased Reopening

With the eyes of millions of Disney fans directly in Shanghai this last week, it is now time to focus on the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando this week. Shanghai Disneyland opened this last week under a whole new list of rules and regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Disney Springs in Orlando will open on Wednesday, May 27th to a very soft phased in reopening. It does not come without some very blunt and straightforward warnings from the house of mouse.

Disney has made it clear that “enhanced health and safety measures” will be the most important thing for the company.  They have made it very clear that guests assume all the risk.”An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death,” comes directly from the Walt Disney World Resort website.

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On the 20th only non-Disney third party establishments will open. One week later on May 27th Disney retail shops and eateries will open to the public. Upon opening all guests and cast members will be required to wear masks. Also, custodians are being retrained with an extra focus on cleanliness and all touchpoints. Stick with us here at thedisinsider.com for all news revolving around this important first step to possibly opening the Disney parks here in the United States and all over the world.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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