Orange County “Strike Teams” Visit Disney World to Check for Health and Safety Compliance

Since Disney World began its phased reopening, a number of new health and safety measures have been implemented around the Resort.

New face mask sign at the entrance to Animal Kingdom

The new safety procedures include required face masks for all guests age two and older, temperature checks, increased sanitation, and social distancing measures.

Since Walt Disney World Resort is partially located within Orange County, members of the Orange County “strike team” recently visited several places around the Resort to check for compliance with health and safety guidelines.

New Christmas face masks

According to a tweet from reporter Ashley Carter, the strike team visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios on November 9th and Disney Springs on October 29th and found both to be in compliance with COVID-19 safety measures.



Carter also shared that the strike team visited Magic Kingdom on October 16th and found it to be in compliance with COVID-19 safety measures as well, although a note in the report stated, “Guests have been more non-compliant with the wearing of the face masks but employees seem to still be enforcing the wearing of them.”

We’ll continue to keep an eye out for any further developments regarding the health and safety procedures in Disney World, so stay tuned for more updates.

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