With the continued coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis throughout the world, Disneyland has once again proven the efforts that they are taking in order to reopen. The CDC and WHO have both stated that handwashing is the most important thing you can do in these times. Yet, when you don’t have access to handwashing, hand sanitizer works second best.
Just like Walt Disney World has placed sanitization stations throughout their parks, Disneyland is following their footsteps.
Disneyland’s Website has stated:
At the Disneyland Resort, we’re committed to the health and wellness of our Guests and Cast Members.
Hand Washing/Sanitizer Stations Throughout the Parks
Disney identified that there are 19 Hand Sanitizer Stations throughout the park–everywhere from the front entrance all the way to Galaxy’s Edge.
The stations are located at “City Hall, the Baby Care Center, select dining locations and more” states the app and the official Disneyland website.
Disney also identified that there are 14 Hand Sanitizer Stations within the Disney California Adventure park.
The stations are located at the “Chamber of Commerce, the Baby Care Center, select dining locations and more” states the app and online.
Downtown Disney District
Lastly, Disney identified 21 Hand Sanitizer Stations throughout the Downtown area–including all of the entrances.
The stations are located at the “security screening areas, bag check locations, select tram loading zones and the main entrance to the Downtown Disney District,” states the app and website.
How to Access the Maps
To find a hand sanitizer location near you, please refer to the map on the desktop version of this website. You can also view hand sanitizer locations in the Disneyland app – or ask a Cast Member for assistance.
How to Find the Hand Washing Stations on the Mobile App
As the information has recently been released, there are still a few complications with finding the stations on the Disneyland Mobile App. Follow these steps to find the locations easier:
- Once you have the app opened, open the map to view the park
- Click the drop-down menu on the top and click “Guest Services”
- Once the pins appear, look for the ones that are identified as:
Keep in mind that multiple services at this time use the same symbol. You will have to click the pin to view the description to see if it is a Hand Washing Station or not.
With these new stations being added throughout the entire park, time will only tell when we will hear from Disney about Disneyland reopening. We here at Inside the Magic will continue to bring you updated news on Disneyland so make sure you subscribe to our newsletter!
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