Buena Vista Rentals, one of the most popular wheelchair and scooter rental companies for Walt Disney World Resort vacationers, has updated their cleaning and sanitation policies ahead of the Disney theme park’s phased reopening.
In case you missed it, Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will reopen on July 11, followed by Disney’s Hollywood Studios and EPCOT on July 15.
Buena Vista Rentals has shared a video detailing their latest safety measures to protect Disney World Guests who have mobility issues during their upcoming vacations.
In the video, a Buena Vista Rentals staff member shares various policy updates. The video points out that the team at the wheelchair rental company has “always been mindful” of the types of statistics that are now available about the importance of hand washing, regular sanitizing of high-touch surfaces, and general hygiene.
In the video, various cleaning procedures are showcased. Each piece of mobility equipment is sprayed down with antibacterial spray and compressed air (to remove dust, debris, and pixie dust!). Then, the wheelchairs and scooters are wiped down with disinfectant wipes and antibacterial cleaning solvent.
Furthermore, their wheelchair rental service provides sanitizing products in both their mobility equipment and their delivery vans.
If you would like to schedule a wheelchair or scooter rental, you can contact Buena Vista Rentals directly at 407-331-9147 or visit their official website. Keep in mind that Buena Vista Rentals is not owned or operated by Disney. If you want to read about renting a wheelchair or scooter from a Disney featured provider — or if you want to know more about the process of renting a wheelchair or scooter for your Disney World vacation — visit the Walt Disney World Resort website here.
Disney World Resort Safety Precautions
If you are planning a Walt Disney World vacation this summer, you can expect to experience numerous new sanitation and safety protocols at the Orlando theme park resort.
For example, Guests ages 2 and over will be required to wear appropriate face coverings throughout their time in the Disney Parks. There are expected to be some “relaxation areas” where masks can be removed at WDW.
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