Temperature screenings added to hotel table-service restaurants at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World has expanded its health and safety protocols at select dining locations within Disney resorts. Guests planning to visit a table-service restaurant at a resort will have to go through a temperature screening before being seated. Any guest with a temperature of 100.4F or above will not be admitted.

Below is the new temperature screening policy at resort table-service restaurants, as seen on the dining experiences page on the Walt Disney World website.

Guests dining in table-service restaurants at Disney Resort hotels will undergo a temperature screening prior to entering the location. As with other locations at Walt Disney World Resort that require temperature screenings before entry, anyone displaying a temperature of 100.4 F or above will be directed to an additional rescreening. Those with temperatures 100.4 F or above will not be allowed entry; those in their party will not be allowed entry either.

Disney is continually evolving its health and safety procedures at Walt Disney World. They have updated their mask policy multiple times and continue to evaluate the best ways to keep guests healthy during their visit. These changes come as COVID-19 cases remain at a high level in the state of Florida.

This new policy, as with any of the health and safety regulations, are subject to change without notice.

David
David
David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for all things Disney, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Join us for news, reviews and more!

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