A LOT of changes are happening right now at Disney World.
And we’re not even talking about changes that have happened over the past month or week — a lot has happened just today! First, Disney World announced overnight that it would no longer require masks outdoors in specific circumstances at its theme parks.
And now, we’ve noticed another change. Back in October, Disney began adding plexiglass to some of its rides. On Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, plexiglass was added to the ride vehicles between aisles and in the middle of the back row, splitting it in half.
But today, that plexiglass is now completely gone, and guests are being seated in every row.
Please note that masks are still required on the ride, though, as it is indoors. Disney World has also phased out temperature checks for guests and has increased park capacity.
With all these changes, it’s kind of hard to keep up, but we’ll do our best to keep you informed. So please stay tuned!
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