Updated: Aug 7, 2020
If you are planning a visit to Walt Disney World during this crazy COVID season, please be advised you will need the following:
Things you will need
A theme park reservation—made via the new Disney Park Pass system—along with valid park admission for the same park on the same day
Face coverings for each Guest age 2 and up—which must be worn in all public areas, except while swimming or seated for dining
Also, it’s highly recommended to have:
The latest version of the My Disney Experience app on your mobile device, with location services and notifications enabled
A cashless or contact-less form of payment
Health & Safety Cautions
Please make sure that you have reviewed any advisories or restrictions that may be in place for travel to Florida. Visit https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/travelers/ for information. By entering Walt Disney World Resort, you are confirming that you and all persons in your party:
are not experiencing any of the following symptoms of COVID-19 identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at CDC.gov, including:
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
have not been in contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms without completing a 14-day quarantine
are not under any self-quarantine orders
**Guests who cannot confirm all of the above criteria must not enter Walt Disney World Resort.
**By entering Walt Disney World Resort, you acknowledge that you understand and will abide by the above health-and-safety requirements.
Reservations & Park Arrivals
Park attendance is managed through the Disney Park Pass system, which Guests must use to make theme park reservations. No additional cost and it allows you to plan, manage your reservations and tickets, manage your vacation plans, and more.
Unfortunately, you are only able to visit one park per day.
You will need you park reservation, see above, AND you will need admission for that same day.
Multi-day tickets require reservations for each park. For example, if you plan for a 3-day experience and want to visit Magic Kingdom, Disney's Hollywood Studios (Galaxy's Edge is here) and Epcot, you will make a Magic Kingdom reservation made via the new Disney Park Pass system as well as purchase your admission for Magic Kingdom on day 1. You will need to do the same for day 2 at Hollywood Studios and day 3 at Epcot
You will be required to have your temperature screened prior to entry and it must read below 100.4 otherwise you will not be permitted to enter.
Standard security screening and more. Clear bags whenever possible help expedite the process. Please limit the number of bags you bring to ensure expedited entry.
Annual pass holders only need to make a reservation via the Disney Park Pass system.
Again, more information found on https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/experience-updates/parks/#modifications
Attractions & Entertainment
To accommodate physical distancing, the following are on hold until these health restrictions are left.
Parades & nighttime spectaculars
"From special cavalcades down the Magic Kingdom park parade route and friends sailing the waterways of Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park to processions along World Showcase promenade at EPCOT and motorcades on Hollywood Boulevard at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, each area will come to life throughout the day. You never know when a party of your pals may come by, so be prepared for plenty of surprises!
Note: Some experiences may be modified, limited in capacity and subject to availability or closure."
Again, all of these details and more are found on https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/experience-updates/parks
If you have any questions, please Contact me and I will answer your questions to the best of my ability.