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The reopening of Disney World was lived with masks and a healthy distance

With mouth masks and social distancing, the magic of the famous mouse returns.

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The reopening of Disney World was lived with masks and a healthy distance
The reopening of Disney World was lived with masks and a healthy distance

Under strict security measures, the Disney parks, Magical kingdom and animal kingdom They were opened. Of course not all attractions were available, but most of them are usable. In addition, all participants had to wear their mouth masks at all times, use a card instead of cash to pay, and carry out routine temperature controls.

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In case of EPCOT and Disney Hollywood Studio, They will open their doors on July 15th after a gradual opening. This measurement was made through the experience in the parks of Shanghai and Hong Kong. Given new cases in China, they will have to be temporarily closed from July 15th.

In addition to the magic of Disney, that was previously Universal Parks, SeaWorld and other Orlando attractions.

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How was the return really?

Of course, the happy people were very happy to have a moment of happiness when accompanied by their friends or family by trying to respect the hygiene measures, and they expressed this on social networks.

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However, not all was lucky, since in addition to the cheerful photos, other users and visitors reported that there was no social distance and they demonstrated the “early opening”.

Infections are rising in Florida

The state is one of the worst affected by the virus that torments us all. Infections and deaths from the disease increased in June. According to the latest data from John Hopkins University in Baltimore, New York has even overtaken it with more than 244 cases.

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There is even a request on MoveOn.org “not to open the parks until it’s safe”. In addition, the Actors Equity Association, which represents a significant number of Walt Disney World employees, filed a complaint by not responding to the request to test park workers for COVID-19.

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