Walt Disney World’s website updates text about distancing in shops and dining locations

Walt Disney World’s website has updated its text about physical distancing requirements in shops and dining areas. The website no longer mentions six-feet of distance and talks about distancing more vaguely.

Below is a comparison of how the Experience Updates page has been modified.

Old text:

While we will reduce physical distancing measures for Guests across many areas with a gradual, phased approach, six-feet distancing measures will continue in all dining locations, merchandise stores and in areas where Guests can temporarily remove their masks.

New text:

Adjustments are still in place to promote physical distancing for Guests. These measures will be reduced in a gradual, phased approach.

Walt Disney World is rapidly returning to normal. We’ve already seen Disney’s transportation systems increasing capacity and removing distancing markers. Distancing is also being relaxed on attractions and in queues. Many queues look like they did before the shutdown with guests standing close together.

Disney is gearing up for larger crowds this summer. More resorts will be reopening and theme park capacities will be increasing. But, the current obstacle appears to be finding enough cast members to operate Walt Disney World’s shops and restaurants.

Guests planning to visit Walt Disney World this summer should be aware safety regulations are constantly changing.

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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