If You’re Experiencing COVID-19 Symptoms in Disney World, This is Their Official Policy

Prior to Disney World’s phased reopening of their parks and resorts, which began in July of 2020, guests could view a health acknowledgement online which stated that guests may not enter Disney World property if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Face mask sign at the entrance to Animal Kingdom

Disney has now expanded that health acknowledgement to include verbiage on what guests must do if these symptoms are felt at any point in time during their vacation.

Disney World’s website now states that “If at any point during their visit a Guest does not meet all of the above criteria, they and their traveling party will be required to isolate and may be relocated or asked to leave the property.”

Updated Health Acknowledgement © Disney

Keep in mind that this is not a new policy. The CDC’s guidelines state that if you are sick, you must isolate. If you or someone in your travel party tests positive for COVID-19 or starts to experience symptoms of COVID-19 during your stay, the CDC states that it is safe to leave isolation and be with other people after:

  • “At least 10 days since symptoms first appeared and
  • At least 24 hours with no fever without fever-reducing medication and
  • Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving”
Health and Safety Signs

We’ll continue to keep a close watch on Disney World’s health and safety guidelines, and we’ll make sure you are up-to-date on the latest policies ahead of your next Disney vacation!

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