Disney World: A petition has started to delay its reopening amid dangerous COVID-19

Workers have started a petition online to delay Disney World’s reopening

Disney World

From July onwards, it is expected that Disney World would get reopened. It was closed due to the prevalent situation of the Covid-19 in mid-March. After the recent announcement that the theme park is about to reopen, the workers and the employees have started taking action.

Recently, a petition has been started online that has requested the Walt Disney World to delay its reopening as the cases are on the rise. Even though the reopening would bring back thousands of employees who were no on work for a long time, many have indicated that it is not appropriate for the theme park to restart its operations and bring back the guests.

Florida has recently witnessed a serious spike in the positive cases of COVID-19 and reopening a non-essential business would not be a great option at this moment. According to the Florida Health Department, Florida has reached over 100,000 cases on Monday. Not just that, but on Saturday, the situation seemed to get aggravated when 4000 plus cases were recorded in a single day.

Disney World

See below what the petition, which has over 4500 signatures has to say:

“The virus is not gone, unfortunately, it’s only become worse in this state. While theme parks are a great way to relax and enjoy a free time, it is a non-essential business; it is not fair to the people who work there to risk their lives, especially if they are at risk or have family members who are at risk. People are more important than making a profit. Mayors, theme park executives, government officials- please hear what we are saying.”

On the contrary to this, Eric Clinton, who is the president of the Unite here local 362 union that represents Disney workers, has told that most of the employees are well excited to make a comeback when the theme park marks its reopening. He stated that:

“Disney springs has been open for over a month, and I have not heard of one news report or one cast member or one guest saying,’I got COVID-19′”.

Even though the cases are on the rise, the Disney World has put forward safety measures such as face-covering and social distancing being mandatory. However, it will depend how to officials react to the petition which is taking place online.


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Disney Orlando about to reopen more resorts, from July 2020

Disney Orlando has announced the dates for the reopening of its resorts

Disney Orlando

Since March 15, Disney Orlando and other famous theme parks got closed due to the prevalent situation of the COVID-19. But as time passed by, few of them got reopened. Universal Orlando was of them. The Walt Disney World announced last month that the Magic Kingdom and the Animal Kingdom would be reopened on July 11.

Walt Disney World has announced on Sunday that they have a phased reopening plan for its Disney Orlando Resorts. They have told on their website that:

“Given the current situation, there are some Disney Resort Hotels and other areas that are not, as of this time, being scheduled for reopeing yet. We will continue to evaluate the situation and reopen more locations when the environment is right to do so.”

Disney Orlando

Following is the list of resorts which will be reopened:

July 10:

  • Disney’ Animal Kindom Lodge- Jambo House
  • Disney’s Pop Century Resort
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort

July 29: 

  • Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

August 12:

  • Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
  • Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

August 24: 

  • Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club Resort

September 21:

  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa

October 1:

  • Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

October 14 

  • Disney’s Coronado Spring Resort

When the Guests would return, they can expect to see a few changes being made such as a new reservation system and no park hopping.

The Disney Officials have also said that the visitors can view their reservations of My Disney Experience App. Those who have paid for park hopping ability can have a cancellation or the reimbursement options.


To follow more about Walt Disney World and Disney Orlando, visit: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/



Orlando Science Center gets reopened after 3 month

Orlando Science Center opens after getting closed due to Covid-19 

Orlando Science Center

After a period of around 3 months, the Orlando Science Center reopens but taking into account the new guideline that may help curb the transmission of Covid-19. The prevalent Pandemic Covid-19 has really shaken the world, but now it seems that people are reopening places that were closed due to the pandemic. Even though the places are opening, but still there is a danger of transmission to occur. In order to confront this, the new safety guidelines are taking place.

Orlando Science Center is also reopening with the new safety guidelines. Only 25 percent of the capacity would be allowed and the guests would need to purchase the tickets in advance. Guests over the age of three would be required to wear masks and their temperature would also be needed to get checked. Practicing social distancing will again be the priority as some of the exhibits will be closed and those opened will have a limited number of people.

Orlando Science Center

In addition to all, it has also been said that the sanitizers would be installed throughout the building and cleaning would take place from time to time. Moreover, on Wednesday, it will be closed so that deep cleaning could take place. Initially, the hours would also get reduced.

For more details, visit the official site: https://www.osc.org/

Walt Disney World: New Safety Protocols for hotels and resorts amid Covid-19

Walt Disney World about to mark its reopening

Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World Orlando

WDW on Wednesday,10th June 2020, announced in their official statement about the new safety protocols that would now be implemented at the hotels and the vacation resorts, as they are about to mark their reopening.

Katie Kelly is the vice president of Worldwide safety services. She stated the new guidelines on the website of Disney. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com

It is also indicated that the resort would now look a bit different as it looked before the Covid-19 strike back in February.

What will the new measures be like?

Walt Disney World

Following are the new measures:

  • Cashless ordering and mobile ordering preferred
  • Hand sanitizing stations
  • Continuous cleaning of public areas
  • Spaced luggage service
  • Online check-in
  • New housecleaning policies


Stay safe and take care of yourself and the people around you during the prevalent situation of Covid-19. Do follow the guidelines of https://www.orangecountyfl.net/.