It’s no secret that wearing a to a theme park is a vacation deal-breaker for some fans.
Just last week we gathered some of the most passionate responses to Shanghai , and almost all of the negative comments referred to wearing a Resort’s new health and safety procedures as the chief point of contention;
‘Hope they use common sense in the reopening of WDW. Inside an attraction I don’t have a problem with a , outside in the heat; yeah not a good idea.’
‘No for me until masks aren’t required.’
‘While I would love to see the parks open to the public, I will not return if masks are required. And I’m ok with that. I will miss my home away from home, but I just can’t enjoy this experience with a 🙁 to all that will be going to the parks…have fun and stay safe’.
Willfans have to wear a at parks and resorts in America?
CEO Bob Chapek has already said that the Walt Company is considering in the form of a as an essential health and safety measure when reopening the parks;
‘Along with, one of the things that we are likely going to require is masks for both the cast and the guest‘ Chapek told CNBC on May 11.
We’ve seen this policy rolled out in Shanghai Disneyland, where all guests are required to cover their socially distanced meet and greets.with a . Cast members are also required to wear a at all times, meaning your favorite will have their covered by a during
However, it is worth noting that this policy has allegedly already been relaxed at Shanghai to remove their . when taking a photo at their landmark or attractionResort as guests are now allowed
It’s a, but so far the policy seems to be working for Shanghai, where, we might add, the average temperature in May is between 62 and 76 degrees.
Will yourhave to wear a at all times in a park?
Walt World, for example, opens with the same guidelines as , Springs over three years old will have to wear a to cover their .can be tricky. Telling them that they must wear a when visiting the happiest place on earth may be a hard sell, but yes, it seems if
‘Wear an approvedduring the entire visit to the resort except when dining.’
‘All guests 3 years of age and older, along with cast members and third-party operating-participant employees, will be required to wear an appropriatecovering while visiting Springs. This is an important part of protecting both our guests and our cast. Please be sure you have an ample amount of for yourself and your party before you arrive, as you’ll need to wear them over your nose and mouth at all times (except when sitting at a dining table).‘
These policies apply to all cast members,, and . Touching your has been consistently advised against and experts around the world have suggested that masks may help to contain the spread. The have also included the implementation of to aid the prevention of via transportation of the airborne strain. such as those over 65 remain at greatest risk.
Wearing a at Walt World in the Orlando heat
In Orlando, where the temperature can reach up to an average of 92 degrees in July and August, some a will in fact make it more difficult to breathe.fans claim that
, it’s not out of the question to assume that Springs has created a cast member team specifically to ensure that is respected staff will be there to make sure we’re all wearing an approved mask whether they be , , patterned or otherwise.has also not said how this new rule will be enforced, but as we know that
Adherence to the rules may end up being the greatest challenge to, as many of our followers have already expressed disdain at the idea of standing in hot while wearing a stuffy .
However, some readers have seen the need and are in fact more worried that people won’t follow the rules and wear their;
‘I sure hope this doesn’t carry over into the States [ShanghaiResort’s easing of guidelines]. If people don’t have to wear masks, they won’t and that’s too dangerous to risk going.’
Some fans have also pointed to the or fluffy , surely a guest and their can manage wearing a piece of across their ?suits that cast members don during the hottest months. Their argument is that if a can feasibly walk around in sweltering heat while dressed as heavy
At the end of the day, Walt Company. Chapek and co, of course, want to get us all back in the parks with our to create more . But they also need to ensure that the virus is contained which means if they say wear a , both you and your will have to don a if you want to visit Walt World. However, as nothing has yet been announced, we’ll have to wait and see what both American resorts decide to do when they finally reopen during this .are secondary to guests’ health and safety to the
As for dealing with that Orlando heat, again, we’ll have to put our faith in The Walt Company. It’s up to Disney to ensure that every adult, , and performer on park grounds are as safe as they can be.
However, as we outlined in a recent article, if you are in the high-risk group of , please consider the safety of both yourself and others before booking your visit; or no .
Do you think that Walt World and Disneyland Resort should force guests to wear a ? Let us know in the comments below.