Disneyland is getting ready for the holidays since the reopening of shopping and dining at Buena Vista Street as an extension of the previously reopened Downtown Disney District.
However, with holidays come holiday crowds, and it seems like Disneyland is pushing its health and safety guidelines even more with its new overhead announcement at Downtown Disney.
Gavin Newsom, the Governor of California, imposed a curfew on most counties in California that have seen a serious rise in new coronavirus cases. In order to comply with Orange County regulations, Disneyland also has a strict set of health and safety guidelines in place.
Guests are required to undergo temperature screenings and wear face coverings to be able to enter Downtown Disney. The new overhead announcement reminds guests to wear masks, remain physically distant from others, get together only with people from their immediate household, and frequently wash hands. Hear the full announcement below as shared on Twitter by Disney Food Blog!
Mask announcement heard overhead in Downtown Disney 😷 pic.twitter.com/KsVADbJm1v
— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) November 25, 2020
This new safety announcement is a reflection of how serious Disney has been about its health guidelines since reopening. We’ll see if Disney makes any changes to its safety measures as holiday crowds increase, and we’ll be sure to let you know if they do! Check back with us for updates about Disney news!
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