WDW Sends Health Reminder to Guests Prior to Arrival

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Walt Disney World is continuing to remind Guests who have upcoming vacations booked to read the health acknowledgement prior to arrival.

Our senior editor currently has an upcoming vacation booked with Walt Disney World Resort and she just received this notification from My Disney Experience. It reads “All Disney Resort hotel Guests must read a Health Acknowledgement prior to arrival.”

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Once you click on the notification, the My Disney Experience app opens and the health acknowledgement pops up, which you can see in the screenshot below.

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Inside the Magic’s senior editor also received an email just seconds after the My Disney Experience notification popped up, also reminding the Guests to read the health acknowledgement. The email reads:

This is a reminder that you have a Walt Disney World Theme Park reservation coming up and we can’t wait to see you!

With Your Well-Being in MindMany measures have been put in place throughout the Theme Parks to promote health and well-being. To make sure you have the latest updates and information, click here.

Acceptable face coverings must be worn over your nose and mouth at all times except in designated areas. If you’re unable to do this, please consider rescheduling your Walt Disney World visit to a later time.

Your Walt Disney World Theme Park reservation is subject to Terms and Conditions including a COVID-19 liability waiver. Please click here to view.

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Keep in mind, Disney World has been notifying Guests using health acknowledgements since the theme parks reopening in mid-July. Walt Disney World implemented several different health protocols to ensure the safety of Guests and Cast Members. These include social distancing throughout the parks, the encouragement of mobile ordering and tap-to-pay methods, hand sanitation locations, paperless menus, limited capacity, the requirement of Park Reservations, the elimination of parades, fireworks, and character meet and greets, and more.

For a full guide on Disney World’s reopening, check out our website here.

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