Since Disney World began its phased reopening back in July, we’ve seen a number of various health and safety measurements taking place to enforce physical distancing. One of those measures seen on many of the resort’s rides and attractions has ben staggered seating, where every other row or every other car being loaded.
However, we’ve noticed overtime that some rides have done away with staggered seating, like Rise of the Resistance. Now, another attraction at Disney’s Hollywood Studios is loading every row.
We stopped by Toy Story Land recently and noticed that Slinky Dog Dash was loading ever row. This isn’t the first roller coaster in the park to begin loading every row. We noticed earlier this week that Rock N Roller Coaster had also shifted to loading every row.
As each train whizzed by, we noticed that each row was filled with guests. There are no plexiglass screens or barriers seen in between each row.
Remember that guests are still required to keep their face masks on at all times, including on rides and attractions.
We’ll continue to see which attractions modify their operations in the coming weeks and months!
Click here to see if increasing ride capacity on Rise of the Resistance made it any easier to get on.
Are you less likely to ride an attraction at Disney World if every row was being loaded, even if it meant a shorter wait time? Let us know in the comments!
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