Disney Buses May Be Starting to Fill Up Again
Sources have been reporting to us that Disney buses may be on their way to filling up every seat again. Over the weekend, guests were asked by the bus driver upon entering the bus if they were ok with someone sitting next to them instead of skipping seats for the next group. He asked every guest after them as well as they entered the bus. Our sources did say that they still were not allowing guests to stand on the bus.
This is not official from Disney as the website still states “with physical distancing measures in place, including in the load zones and queues, as well as aboard buses, monorails and watercraft boats”
Just last week, Disney stated that they were reducing the physical distancing from 6 feet down to 3 feet, following CDC guidelines. They released the official update of the change on the Walt Disney World “Know Before You Go” website:
Temporary adjustments are still in place to promote physical distancing. 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.
Physical distancing measures may include:
- Signage and Ground Markings: Please follow directional signage and ground markings, which have been installed throughout Walt Disney World Resort to help Guests better navigate common areas while practicing physical distancing.
- Physical Barriers: Physical barriers have been added in select places to help promote proper separation between people, including in queues and on transportation and attractions. Barriers may also be visible, for example, in areas around cash registers or at Guest Relations.
- Party Size: Guests traveling in parties of more than 10 are asked to split into smaller groups in queues, dining locations and other areas around our parks and resorts to better allow for physical distancing.
- Parking: Cashless payment is recommended at the auto plazas.
- Training: Cast Members are trained to engage with Guests and promote physical distancing guidelines in common areas and queues
And, in case you missed another major change to the health and safety guidelines at Disney World, masks are now NOT required while in outdoor areas. Only on attractions, in queues, in buildings, and on Disney transportation. We are finally starting to get back to some normalcy.
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