To help keep customers informed of the changes to be made and how to “return to a magical world”, the Walt Disney World Resort has launched a new “Updates Before You Go” landing page on its website.
The page explains how cleanliness, physical remoteness and reduced contact are just the beginning of the measures that will be put in place when Walt Disney World reopens.
A new park reservation system will be in place when reopening begins. This means that customers must have both a park reservation and a valid theme park entry to be allowed inside. This will help limit the capacity and availability of other attractions and experiences.
No new tickets are currently also sold. If you have already purchased a ticket or if you have an annual subscription, you can make reservation requests before resumption of sales. Disney Resort hotel reservations are also being suspended to honor bookings already made.
The website also explains the security procedures that will be in place for guests who attend the theme parks. Just like at Disney Springs, guests will need to wear face covers, take temperature tests before entering and practice social distancing in the theme park.
There is a COVID-19 warning, which shares the risk of exposure to customers, even with these security measures in place. Ultimately, you voluntarily assume all risks by participating in and exposing yourself to a possible exposure to COVID-19 by visiting the theme parks upon reopening.
To conclude the information listed above, a “More to Explore” section has been added, providing more information on these procedures, and directing guests to the My Disney Experience app for more information.