Disney’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pam Hymel, just shared updated information on Good Morning America. Read her interview information here.
Disney has kept us on our toes this week with so many announcements. When Walt Disney World first presented their proposal for the July 11, 2020 reopening date of Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom, they announced a new reservation system would be used to maintain limited capacity.
Recently, a fellow KtP writer shared restrictions that would be implemented in the Parks and Disney Springs.
Disney released the following statement: “Additionally attractions, experiences, services and amenities may have limited availability or may remain closed. We will provide more information as it becomes available. We reserve the right to cancel any reservation, admission media or purchases and provide applicable refunds. Please see our policy regarding cancellations by guests.”
Disney also provided the following statement saying that health and safety of Cast Members and guests are the top priority: “Our focus remains on the health and safety of the entire Disney community- including the well-being of the Cast Members who are caring for and securing our parks and Resorts during the closure. We’re currently evaluating new and enhanced safety measures to help us all stay well.”
Read more about these safety measures here from the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pamela Hymel.
New Educational Campaign
Dr. Pam Hymel conducted an interview this morning on Good Morning America. She announced Disney is launching a brand new educational campaign that follows their 6-pronged safety protocols: Read more about these safety protocols here.
- Face coverings
- Hand-washing stations
- Physical barriers
- Limited contact enhancements
- Temperature checks
- Enhanced cleaning and sanitization
Watch the video below:
This campaign features the Incredibles characters that guests know and love. Keep a lookout on the Kenny the Pirate Facebook page for more details on this campaign as they’re released.
While considering visiting Disney Parks, Dr. Hymel gives the following suggestions: exercise caution and only do what you’re comfortable doing.
She also shared that Disney can’t wait to welcome guests to the Parks!