What We Know About Disney Worlds Reopening in July

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What is opening and when?
Technically, Disney homes have currently started the procedure of reopening. Disney Springs, an outdoor shopping district, has been open since May 20.

As of mid-March, all of the Disney style parks and resorts around the world have been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday, May 29, the Disney World style parks and resorts received approval from the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force in Florida to resume, so its main, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

Disney Vacation Club resorts at Walt Disney World will be next, reopening to members and visitors on June 22, together with Disneys Fort Wilderness Resort & & Campground. Disney Vacation Club resorts in Vero Beach, Florida and Hilton Head, South Carolina, will open to members and guests beginning on June 15. For now, there is no set resuming date for non-Disney Vacation Club homes.
As far as the amusement park, a phased reopening to the public will start on July 11 with Magic Kingdom Park and Disneys Animal Kingdom, followed by EPCOT and Disneys Hollywood Studios on July 15.

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Like the policy at Disney Springs, all guests and cast members will also have their temperature level take in the past getting in a style park. For more details and updates on the resuming, check out the Disney Parks blog site.

It should go without saying that everyone needs to use their finest judgement when deciding if or when to return to possibly congested locations like theme parks. In the meantime, you can always enjoy this virtual journey to Disney World.

What to expect at the parks
Even when the Disney World style parks are open, do not expect to go back to the exact same Magic Kingdom you went to as a child– or even 4 months back. Per the Disney Parks blog:
This phased reopening will demonstrate a purposeful technique, with limits on attendance and regulated guest density that lines up with guidance on physical distancing. That means certain experiences we understand draw large group events– such as parades and nighttime spectaculars– will return at a later date. In addition, “high-touch” experiences such as makeover opportunities, playgrounds and character meet and welcomes will stay temporarily not available, however characters will still be in our parks to amuse and thrill our visitors.

As of mid-March, all of the Disney style parks and resorts around the world have been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as some states begin the process of resuming, Walt Disney World in Florida has announced its plans to welcome individuals back to the Happiest Place on Earth starting on July 11, according to a post on the businesss blog. On Friday, May 29, the Disney World style parks and resorts received approval from the Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force in Florida to reopen, so its official, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Technically, Disney residential or commercial properties have already started the process of reopening. Like the policy at Disney Springs, all visitors and cast members will also have their temperature level take before getting in a style park.