Orange County Strike Teams visit Disney World to ensure theme parks are Covid-19 compliant

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Recently, “Strike Teams” in Orange County visited Walt Disney World Resort to ensure all health and safety protocols are being followed. The Orange County Strike Team visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney Springs, and Magic Kingdom.

Here are some tweets from Orlando area reporter Ashley Carter regarding the visits.

The team found no issues at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The park was found to be in compliance with COVID-19 safety measures.

Disney Springs was visited at the end of October and also found to be in compliance with COVID-19 measures.

Magic Kingdom was also found to be in compliance with COVID-19 measures, however, it looks like guests are having a hard time complying with the face mask requirement.

Carter also clarifies that the inspection documents provide little detail about what each business is actually doing in order to comply with state and local guidelines.

The fact that the Disney parks have passed the strike team inspection shows that Disney is truly taking the pandemic seriously. It is not easy to pass Strike Team visits with flying colors. None of the eleven Orlando bars that the strike team visited were found to be compliant with the Florida county’s pandemic health and safety regulations.

For those concerned about visiting the Walt Disney World Resort, seeing these inspection results should bring some relief and comfort.