Disney World has been making a lot of updates to their health and safety measures in the past few weeks.
One of the major updates is that Disney recently announced that they would be gradually reducing physical distancing requirements in the parks and resorts. And, we’re already starting to see a few places where the policy has been implemented.
Since its reopening, Disney World has had signage placed throughout the parks to remind guests of current health and safety measures. The signs include reminders for things like face masks, routine hand washing, and other safety precautions, and they’ve remained pretty much the same throughout the global pandemic.
Though, today we noticed a change to a few signs. Some have been updated to remove the 6ft/2m indicator in the “Maintain Physical Distancing” box.
For comparison, here’s what the icon used to look like… .
Not all signs have been updated just yet, but we also noticed that distancing markers on benches are being removed in the parks. So the new policy is certainly starting to be implemented.
Keep in mind that Disney’s new policy does include that they will maintain the six-foot distancing guidelines in all dining locations, merchandise stores, and places where guests can remove their masks temporarily.
We’ll continue to bring you the latest coverage on what Disney World looks like with the gradual reduction of physical distancing, along with the latest health and safety updates so stay tuned!
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