Walt Disney World in Orlando, one of the world’s largest tourist destinations with more than 90 million visitors annually, is set to reopen in July after the coronavirus pandemic prompted the park’s closure in March.
Disney presented its reopening plan to the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force on Tuesday, gaining approval from local officials. The proposal calls for the park’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom to reopen on July 11; Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot will follow on July 15.
Similar to the approach it took with Shanghai Disneyland’s reopening earlier this month, Disney will limit its Florida resort to a reduced capacity to maintain social distancing. Visitors must have their temperatures checked upon arrival, and face masks will be mandatory for all guests and staff. “High-touch experiences” such as character meet-and-greets, playgrounds, and parades, will remain suspended. Contactless payments and mobile ordering at restaurants will be encouraged.
Disney did not include reopening dates for its two water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. The adjacent Disney Springs outdoor shopping complex began a phased reopening on May 20.
Other theme parks in Orlando have set plans for reopening, as well. Legoland Florida plans to welcome back visitors on June 1; Universal Orlando on June 5; and SeaWorld on June 11.
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