Guests with upcoming reservations to Disney World have a multitude of new health and safety procedures to be aware of before they even leave home! But there’s more to preparing for your next Disney World vacation than linking your park admission to My Disney Experience.
Another new measure to be aware of before leaving home comes in the form of a health acknowledgement, which was recently added to Disney World’s website.
Guests who wish to come to Disney World may not exhibit any symptoms that could possibly be linked to the coronavirus. Although it seems like this may be on the honor’s system, the acknowledgement does state that guests who display symptoms including (but not limited to) fever, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, and coughing “must not enter Walt Disney World Resort.”
Guests wishing to visit Disney World must also abide by the acknowledgement that they have not been in contact with anyone with confirmed or suspected symptoms without completing a 14-day quarantine and are not under any self-quarantine orders. This acknowledgement is preceded on the website with Disney’s warning regarding the virus.
Disney is making it abundantly clear that by visiting Walt Disney World Resort, not only do you acknowledge that you are free from any symptoms related to the virus, but that you also “voluntarily assume all risked related to exposure.” Similar signage can already be seen around Disney Springs.
There’s a lot to keep straight these days, from knowing how dining in Disney World will look different when the restaurants reopen to preparing for your resort stay. Before you arrive, be sure to also stay up to date on all the latest reopening news by clicking any of the links below!
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