One of the mandates that went into place just days after Disney World reopened last summer was that guests must be stationary and physically distanced while eating and drinking — this meant no sipping on your beverage or taking a bite of food while walking around the parks or resorts.
Since then, that mandate was lifted and guests for a time could eat and drink on the go.
However, in a recent update from Disney, it looks like that policy is now back in place. Disney has updated their guidance and health rules to state that guests must be stationary while eating and drinking indoors.
This update follows Disney World’s modified face mask policy, which now states that all guests above the age of 2 must wear a face covering while in an indoor location, regardless of vaccination status.
We’ll continue to keep a close watch on Disney World’s current health and safety guidelines and we will let you know as soon as we learn any new information!
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