Disney World to discontinue Fingerprint Scanners at Park Entrances
In a recent interview with Josh D’Amaro, The New York Times reports that guests visiting the theme parks will no longer be required to scan their fingerprint at the Disney World park entrances to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19.
Cast Members are on hand at the entrances with iPads to assist guests upon entering.
Just some additional confirmation:
Disney confirms this is accurate. https://t.co/L5in648AuX
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) July 8, 2020
Guests will still be required to use their Magicbands when entering the theme parks while maintaining social distancing.
We shared the news last month how Disney will be retiring complimentary Magic Bands starting in 2021.
You can read more about that here.
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