Everything You Need to Know About Temperature Checks at Disney Springs!

Since the reopening of Universal Orlando CityWalk, we’ve received a lot of questions about how temperature screenings will work at Disney Springs.

Orange Garage at Disney Springs

Today, we’re here at the reopening of Disney Springs to answer all your questions! We experienced the new temperature checks before entering the shopping and dining district already. Here are our thoughts!

Disney has set several new health and safety protocols in place for Disney Springs to make sure that guests and employees are safe.

Health and Safety Sign

In addition to the requirement of face masks and increased sanitization, guests will also go through a temperature check upon entering Disney Springs. Any guest with a temperature of 100.4 degrees will not be allowed to enter, and neither will anyone in their party.

Temperature Screening Sign

When we arrived at Disney Springs, we were directed to the Orange parking garage near the Coca Cola store for temperature checks. Today, there is self-parking without parking attendants, but that may not be how future parking will be handled.

Entrance to Orange Garage

The temperature checks were actually very similar to Universal CityWalk’s. Guests stood apart from Cast Members at a designated line marker to be checked.

Cast Members would then greet guests (with that sweet Disney attitude we have missed!) and wave a contactless thermometer in front of their foreheads.

Temperature Check

After checking to see the guest’s temperature, the Cast Member would then wave them through to explore Disney Springs. To make the experience a little more light-hearted for kids, we witnessed a few children go through successfully, which each time was celebrated with a round of applause.

Cast Members Doing Temperature Checks

Purell hand-sanitizing stations were located before and after the temperature checks for guests to use.

Hand Sanitizing Stations

There was also a separate tent off to the side for re-screening. If a guest had a temperature over 100.4 after going through the checks, they were able to sit inside the tent to try and cool off. However, if their temperature was still too high after being re-screened, they would be asked to leave.

Re-Screening Tent

As this is a new procedure for Disney Springs to implement, we will keep you updated with any developments we come across.

Temperature Screening

In the meantime, see everything happening at the reopening at Disney Springs as we take you with us LIVE!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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