Disney World Issues New Health Acknowledgment

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Disney World Health Acknowledgment

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As the Walt Disney World resort prepares to welcome back its theme park and hotel Guests for the first time in several weeks, measures are being taken to ensure to keep everyone safe. The latest measure being a health acknowledgment for all those planning to check in to their Disney resort hotel as well as clarification on some requirements needed to even enter Disney property.

According to Disney World’s website:

Guests staying at a Disney Resort hotel must review the health acknowledgment below.

What You’ll Need

Before traveling to Florida, please make sure that you have reviewed any advisories or restrictions that may be in place for travel to Florida. Visit https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/travelers/ for information. Guests who are under isolation or quarantine orders must not enter Walt Disney World Resort.

Please be aware that you’ll also need:

  • A confirmed room reservation for your stay. Be sure to link your reservation to your Disney account to receive important information prior to your arrival—visit My Plans to get started
  • A confirmed dining reservation if you’re a day Guest (not staying overnight)
  • Face coverings for each Guest age 2 and up—which must be worn in all public areas, except while swimming or seated for dining
  • Planning to visit a theme park during your stay? Select Walt Disney World theme parks will begin to reopen on July 11. To enter a park, both a park reservation and valid admission for the same park on the same date are required (a Disney Resort hotel reservation does not guarantee theme park access)

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This health acknowledgment follows Florida’s decision to extend its travel restrictions on would-be visitors from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. These travelers will still have to self-isolate for two weeks after arriving in the state before being able to do things such as visit Walt Disney World.

Walt Disney World also issued a liability disclaimer to its guests when the shopping and dining center, Disney Springs, was reopened. The disclaimer states, “By visiting Walt Disney World Resort, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure.”

Related: Disney Fans React to Florida’s Mandatory Isolation Requirements

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