World of Disney, Disney

As we head closer towards a world where we will have to just live with COVID-19, we are seeing more and more changes to the original health and safety measures which were initially put in place.

Since February 17, masks have not been required at all at Walt Disney World for those who are fully vaccinated and only required in indoor areas for unvaccinated guests. Character interactions have also returned this year as well as fireworks and parades.

Festival of Fantasy Parade, Disney
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One way systems have been common in shops and indoor locations to ensure social distancing but it has now been reported on twitter that in the popular World of Disney location at Disney Springs that the one way system appears to have ceased.

Since the World of Disney reopened after being shuttered after the COVID-19 Lock downs, guests had to enter through certain doors and then exit through different doors at the other side of the shop.

World of Disney, Disney
Image: Disney

Now guests can enter and exit the World of Disney through any door which makes it a lot more convenient. We are not entirely sure when this change happened, let us know if you spot any other changes to COVID-19 policies at Disney Springs by leaving us a comment below or on our Facebook page. 


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