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Guests Receive Surveys from Disney World about Returning

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Guests Receive Surveys from Disney World about Returning

Guests are being sent surveys from Disney World asking them about their plans to return to the Most Magical Place on Earth. See the full list of questions below, and answer them in our own KennythePirate polls.

Be on the lookout for an email from Disney if you have travel plans in the next few months. They have begun sending email surveys to guests! They are wanting to know how committed guests are to keeping their plans and what might make them keep or cancel their upcoming Walt Disney World vacation.

The Disney World surveys being sent out are for the months of July and August, as far as we have seen. This may have been sent to guests with vacations booked in other months, but this is just what we have seen so far.

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This comes just days after Universal Studios started sending out surveys asking guests if they would return if only Islands of Adventure was open. Not only that, but they asked if they would return in December.

Disney World Survey

For each question in the survey, Disney has asked guests to consider the following:

  1. Stay-at-home restrictions have been lifted and you are able to travel
  2. No restrictions in Central Florida prevent you from traveling to the area
  3. Travel providers and Central Florida attractions, including the Walt Disney World Resort, will have implemented a new set of health and safety measures (such as all employees and customers wearing face coverings, enhanced disinfecting and cleaning of facilities, limiting capacity and density of large gatherings, etc.)

This set of assumptions implies the government will have lifted restrictions and that guests will be required to wear face masks. It also implies that capacity will be limited.

The following questions were sent out to guests. Feel free to share your opinions with us by responding to them in our polls.

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How committed are you to your currently planned Walt Disney World hotel booking in (month)?
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Remember, think about the above considerations when answering the survey questions.

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  1. Stay-at-home restrictions have been lifted and you are able to travel
  2. No restrictions in Central Florida prevent you from traveling to the area
  3. Travel providers and Central Florida attractions, including the Walt Disney World Resort, will have implemented a new set of health and safety measures (such as all employees and customers wearing face coverings, enhanced disinfecting and cleaning of facilities, limiting capacity and density of large gatherings, etc.)

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What, if anything, would make you more likely to keep your Walt Disney World vacation for (month)?
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What, if anything, would make you consider canceling your Walt Disney World vacation for (month)?
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These survey questions will give Disney a good idea of how guests currently feel about their upcoming Disney vacations. But it is just that, a survey. This does not mean Disney will implement all or any of the above measures.

What do you think of these surveys? Have you received one yet? When are you vacation plans? Let us know your thoughts on these questions over on our facebook page.

28 COMMENTS

  1. Actually Disney was packed the weekend before the shut down. And I mean capacity packed. And the virus was running rampant in florida. No outbreaks came from that weekend.

    • It was not anywhere near capacity, but was busy. It may not have greatly affected those in Central Florida, but we don’t know the impact that it had in guest to guest contact as those people returned to their own homes.

  2. I agree. I wear a mask all day during work (indoors) and it is definately not comfortable. Cant imagine wearing one for 12 hours straight in 90 degree weather. Not that I want to get sick or people to get sick, but wearing a mask greatly takes away from the experience. Very sad, but I will wait until masks are no longer required.

  3. We have reservations for July but will most likely cancel if mask are mandatory. We will be bringing an 8 year old who will not keep a mask on her face. Nor would I in the Florida heat. I am a nurse and wear a mask 12 hours a day while working in an ER due to increased exposure risk. With that said …Id like to see how anyone can actually successfully keep a mask on a young child and how safe are they for young children? Its my opinion that if you are at increased risk(age wise or comorbidities) you should stay home. If you are ill you should stay home to protect others. We all should practice good hand hygiene (it is proven to stop the spread of germs…thats why healthcare workers practice hand hygiene). I think adequate social distancing measures can safely be accomplished with limited crowd numbers. Some business is better than no business.

  4. I wouldn’t hesitate if I were local or going for a day, but I don’t want to spend $4000+ on an eight day vacation to Disneyworld and not have the full experience with characters, fireworks, parades, etc.

    My thoughts might change after I return to work and wearing masks and socially distancing become the new normal. Right now, after having not been to a store or public building in two months, a theme park doesn’t sound like a relaxing vacation.

  5. The face mask thing is obviously going to be a requirement in the short term if they open the parks this summer. It’s all about phased openings and when you feel comfortable to go back. There will be a time for you to return when you can not wear a face mask. That will be the great part of phased re openings . Everyone has different levels of comfort on what restrictions they would be ok with going back to theme parks with should help stagger the return to normalcy a bit as well.

  6. Thank you for your common sense! I feel like this has been blown way out of proportion and people no longer believe the facts that are staring us right in the face.

  7. I will not go to any Disney park that requires face masks. It isn’t proven to stop the spread of infection, and it is super uncomfortable. This poor cast members would be miserable! Especially in the hot sun all day! Please Disney don’t give into this madness!!! Other measures are fine and I am totally OK with, but no masks please please!

  8. Actually the CDC records the flu/pneumonia death rates for an entire year (Jan-Dec). So it is accurate to say that the death rate for 2017 for flu/pneumonia was a little over 55,000. The death rate for covid-19 for this year is now over 60,000.
    You can check the CDC website.

  9. We have resort reservations for 10 nights at the end of July. Making my children ear masks all day in the July FL heat will just make everyone miserable. We spend a small fortune to go to Disney World. If our experiences are limited, it’s definitely not worth it.

  10. I have reservation June 14 with a backup reservation for Sept 6 but if masks are required I will not be goin

  11. I would consider going after I see other smaller theme parks open for months before Disney does doing well with safety and not a case anywhere I might consider going

  12. I absolutely wouldn’t go if they require people to wear masks. They’re hard to breathe in and make me miserable while doing nothing to really help the situation. Suffering for no reason isn’t in my plans

  13. Paula, the flu season is not a 12 month “year” it would be more accurate to say “covid has killed more in 3 months than the flu does in 5”. Accuracy is important. Please don’t spread misinformation

  14. I have a reservation for July. But if mask are required for customers. I will be canceling. I have three children that would be going there are not going to keep the mask on. Also it’s too hot in Florida to be able to breath with the mask on.

  15. Will not go and spend money if have to wear mask, no shows, no parades, no fireworks, no character meet and greets, limited dining. I’m sorry if I sound like a child but I’m am accustomed to a certain level of entertainment. I’m not going if I dont get it. Sorry, we are DVC members and we pay for parties and fireworks parties. This would have been our 1st Christmas at the parks, but not going if level of entertainment is comprised. We will just wait until another time.

  16. . I cant wear a mask due to the fact I wear behind ears hearing aids ..so along as a mask is required I wont be there..bust as soon as It is mask free I’ll be next inline.

    2. If masks are needed then they ought to implement if you want to wear a mask …then wear one…
    If you dont want to be masked…..then dont wear one
    [But if ya get sick…cant sue.nor ask for pay.e ts or discounts etc cause you chose not to wear one)

  17. I won’t go if I have to wear a mask. Not being a rebel…I can barely get through a Costco shopping trip with one on.That means I won’t be flying, either.

  18. I can’t see myself or family members trying to enjoy a Disney vacation while wearing a face mask in the Florida heat and humidity.

  19. The question are interest. But I find it better for both the Guest and the employee wear the mask. Until we have something to stop this virus in it track I will not go anyplace without a mask.

  20. Actually, COVID-19 has already killed more people in 2 months than the flu killed in the entire last year. The death rate of COVID-19 appears to be about 5x that of the flu and is more contagious. Neither staying at home nor breathing through a mask will kill you. I work in a medical center. Please don’t try to spread false information.

  21. I’m all for going to Disney at this time — but we go for the entertainment and characters not the rides. It sounds like entertainment and character meets will be impacted. As a result, I’m guessing we won’t keep our August reservation.

  22. Too many people listening to media hype and media fear instead of actually listening to immunologist and virologist and statistics. The virus has a 99.8% recovery rate. The average age for death is 75 and 92% of the deaths had known underlying previous conditions. It is not safe to stay in your house all the time because it kills your immune system. Same thing with wearing a mask. Too many people listening to media hype and media fear instead of actually listening to immunologist and virologist and statistics. The virus has a 99.8% recovery rate. The average age for death is 75 and 92% of the deaths had known underlying previous conditions. It is not safe to stay in your house all the time because it kills your immune system. Same thing with wearing a mask. Fear is more contagious than the virus. 99.% recovery rate. The flu kills more people than C19.

    • A friend who was a dental hygienist for over 30 years says all the cloth masks do is stop large droplets. They do not stop viruses. Only an N95 can do that.

      They are so people “feel” safe.

  23. I think that means they prob arent opening anytime soon. Im glad they arent rushing to open because by the looks of a lot of comments on the boards, all people are worried about is if their reservation will be cancelled and when they can come back! The cases will go up significantly if Disney and Universal open right now

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