Comments for Shanghai Disneyland Allows For Temporary Removal of Face Masks

Photo of Shanghai Disneyland and PPE Mask.

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10 Comments

  1. Scott

    Disney better come to their senses. Masks is not magical, a vacation or effective at anything except becoming a petri dish for bacteria. My trip on June 1st (if they dont cancel for me) will be cancelled and we will not return to any Disney properties as long as such a manditory policy is in place. I would also be seeking a suspension of my APs. America used to ba nation of personal responsibility. Everyone now wants to control how eachother live. Disney used to be my escape from reality. This policy just makes it more of the same. Do the right thing Disney, keep things magical!

    1. Natasha

      I totally agree! Masks are a false sense of security to entice the fear mongerers into coming back to Disney! You will have nothing but screaming little children yanking Their little masks off all day long yelling and crying and it’s too hot outside and then you’re going to have adults getting too hot and sweating in there ripping their mask off all day long touching Their masks all day which has most virus on it and touching millions of services all day long this is just ridiculous and it’s unreasonable! You will have nothing but screaming little children yanking their masks off all day long yelling and crying and Yellling that they don’t want to wear them and then you’re gonna have adults getting too hot and sweaty and they’re ripping their mask off all day long touching theur mask which has most the virus on it and touching things all day long this is just ridiculous and it’s unreasonable! You can’t force people with breathing issues to wear a mask!

    2. Louise

      Agree ?!

  2. Jennifer Buonora

    If Disney is going to take away character meet and greet, fire works, and parades they need to evaluate there prices. Its not to charge full prices when we are not getting the full experience. They also need to tell their guests how long this will go on for. My reservations were canceled in March and changed to June but how will the experience be????

    1. Natasha

      I agree. Where’s the discounted tickets for a watered down experience?

    2. Deb

      Basic economics would seem to indicate prices will not be discounted. Limited capacity will probably not meet the demand.

  3. EMcG

    I know I would not be going if I had to wear a mask all the time. It would be tough to wear one on any coaster ride for me. I also wouldn’t waste money on photo ops with face masks on. If meet and greets, parades, shows and certain rides are canceled it would make the rides that are opened more crowded. Disney would have to look into their ticket prices for a watered down experience IMO.

  4. What ever it takes to get the parks opened again

  5. What ever it takes to get the parks opened again I have all the confidence in Disney management

  6. Kelly Connerton

    Dear Disney. Are you reading these comments? I hope so. I have to agree with the majority, wearing a mask should not be considered. It can make things worse. When you are riding rides such as roller coasters they will be dislodged. Disneyworld is in central Florida, mask wearing may cause more problems due to heat exhaustion. Not to mention, children will not deal well with a mask. I know I find I do touch my face more if I have to wear a mask. Strategically placed hand sanitizer would help. I seriously doubt taking a person’s temp will be beneficial, again, the park is in Central Florida. Because of construction, there are long walks into the entrance of some of the parks, people’s core temp is going to rise. At this point, people know what they are signing up for.

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