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  1. Deb

    I personally would feel more than comfortable to visit wdw right now, I would isolate from my family on my return for 2 weeks but as uk cnt fly to USA at the moment it’s not even a possibility but I would 100% feel safe at Disney having read so many articles on how Disney is Taking all necessary steps

  2. I would feel comfortable to go with just my husband not my kids. I wouldn’t take the kids because of the facemask protocol with the heat. Not to mention the magic for kids is kinda gone without meet and greets, fireworks, etc. So I can’t justify spending that kind of money for them not to experience the magic of Disney.

  3. Edward McGowan

    Disney World has been opened for a while now, has there been any reports of anyone getting COVID 19 while being there? I think they are doing a good job of protecting guests and cast members.
    I always said I wouldn’t go if you have to wear a mask in the heat but looking at videos it doesn’t seem too bad. No crowds and basically walk on rides.

  4. Brandon

    Why would I pay full price to go to Disney when I’m only getting 25% of the park-going experience?

    That’s insane!

  5. J

    I’m not afraid and my family and I would be there today if it was the same experience. I just can’t justify the cost for all the restrictions. So much less of the magic available, no dining plans, and having to walk around in the heat with a mask… No thanks. I’ll wait until restrictions are gone and things are back to normal and be first in line.

  6. TD

    Our entire family went to WDW a couple of weeks ago. The safety measures they have in place far exceed any other public venue we’ve been to. The face masks became second nature rather quickly and we had little kids ranging from 1 year to 11 years. Every single one of us had a fantastic time, and all agreed that it was probably one of the most enjoyable times at a Disney park and we typically go to Disneyland twice a year. If we lived closer we would probably go again.

  7. Paul

    There are many reasons to take the risks of being in public areas during the pandemic – visiting doctors or dentists, groceries, hitting the hardware store when things break, that kind of thing.

    Movie theaters? Bowling alleys? Theme parks? Ah, nope, not gonna work for me. There are legitimate arguments that some of the things I listed above are higher risk than going to Disney World. Don’t deny it. But if you have to go to the doctor or dentist, you have to go. Disney World is a “want to go”, not a “have to go”.

  8. rebel orange bird

    i am less worried about covid etc and more worried about insane heat with a mask on!

  9. Brenda

    We usually go to Orlando late January to early February each year. This year we may skip it. It has nothing to do with catching COVID-19, but all the restrictions in place. From where you’re allowed to stand, to walking through a store, to having to wear a mask, to the food availability. I’m going on vacation to be carefree, and have fun. Not to follow rule after rule, and feel like I am being controlled. This is not my idea of a fun vacation. Unless a lot changes before the end of the year, we’ll be stuck home for the first time in 16 years. UGH.

  10. Debi

    We went from California there for a week in July. We are going to stay on property and visiting Labor day weekend, and the same for Thanksgiving. It was safer, cleaner, and EVERYONE from guests to cast members wore masks, better than local grocery shopping. Also super liw attendance made for an excellent experience. We flew on American and great experience too. We also spent 3 days at Universal Orlando, then took plane to Knoxville and tried Dollywood and their water park, Splash Country. All excellent and safe…

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