Limited Park Hours Continue Into November
The national news picked up on the news that Walt Disney World is working on reduced hours.
In fact, they are following the story now and updated WDW’s park hours going into the holidays.
Shorter Days For Disney Continue
It doesn’t look like things will be back to normal at Disney World by the holiday season.
The theme park recently released its schedule for the start of November and it appears that the park will continue to run on limited hours…
According to the Walt Disney World website, the Magic Kingdom will open at 9 a.m. and close at 6 p.m, which is three hours earlier then it closed during the same time period in 2019. Epcot will open at 11 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Last November, Epcot was open from 9 in the morning until 9 in the evening.
As noted, they cited this page on the Walt Disney World website:
MickeyBlog.com followed this change at the parks from the get-go:
Meanwhile, In Anaheim
Meanwhile, and although it hasn’t garnered as much national attention, we’re still waiting on news about the Disneyland Resort and it’s opening. However, Orange County, California found itself removed from the state coronavirus watch list.
But besides in-person teaching, it’s not yet clear what else might shift back toward normalcy in Orange County — residents and businesses are still bound by the state’s July 13 health order that again closed places such as indoor malls, gyms, and salons.
Officials from the state’s Department of Public Health have said that these businesses must remain closed, even if a county is dropped from the watch list, until the order is updated. Gov. Gavin Newsom hinted Wednesday that changes to the state order could be announced in the coming week.
Of course, rulings like the July 13 health order directly impact the Disneyland Resort.
Reservations In Anaheim
However, some Disneyland Resort hotels recently began taking reservations.