However, when the parks re-open, there are going to have to be new methods in place to distance guests from one another and reduce contact. Although we’ll have to wait and see how Disney World handles attraction queues, entertainment, and more, there might be a clue into how bag check will work at the parks.
Disney Springs conducted testing for a new screening method at the Lime Garage that could make security checks quicker, easier, and safer. Since it’s still in testing stages, we were asked not to take photos. But, we have images to share with you so you can get a look at the process for yourself!
Guests will walk through a touchless scanner that will be able to check their bags before entering various areas.
It will differentiate personal items from something that could potentially be problematic.
The scanner resembles a metal detector or an inventory control detector in stores that will scan your items as you walk through.
Although we aren’t sure if these will be in the parks (they could be situated in resorts, convention centers, or even Disney Springs), they would help entrance lines at places like Magic Kingdom move a lot faster. Since they’re just in a testing phase, we will have to keep you updated with any more news!
Did you experience the new bag check scanner in Disney Springs today? Let us know your experience in the comments below!