Disney World reducing physical distancing guidelines

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When Walt Disney World reopened last summer the resort put into place new health and safety measures. One such measure was physical distancing markers keeping guests 6 feet apart. Those physical distancing guidelines have now been changed.

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According to the Walt Disney World website, the resort is going to reduce physical distancing measures for guests across many areas. The 6-foot physical distancing measures will remain in place in all dining locations, merchandise stores, and areas where guests can temporarily remove their masks (like relaxation stations). The site has also removed its wording regarding cars being parked in every other space at theme parks.

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So, what does this mean? Changes seem to be coming to the physical distancing measures for areas like ride queues though Disney does not mention what those measures will be going forward. It also looks like vehicles will be able to park in every parking space at the theme parks.

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Disney also recently announced that temperature screenings are being phased out for guests and cast members. It looks like Disney World is starting to relax more health and safety measures. Stay tuned to Chip & Co for more updates!