As it was announced earlier, Disney World has proposed to open their parks in phases. The reopening plans were unanimously approved by the Orange County Recovery Task Force and now moves on to approval from the governor.
UPDATE: The reopening plan has been approved by the Orange County Recovery Task Force! It now moves on to get approval from the governor.
During the Orange County Recovery Task Force meeting Disney World proposed a reopening plan. Of course, the focus is on opening safely when doing so, but the big news is the proposed reopening date.
It looks like we are getting one step closer to having an idea of when the parks will open. Today it was announced that both Walt Disney World and Sea World will present their reopening plans.
Disney has been taking it week-by-week cancelling reservations. As of right now, they are accepting new reservations that begin on July 1, 2020 and beyond. However, as the statement below explains, that could change.
Disney Springs opened yesterday to minimized crowds, however the rest of the Disney World Resort remained closed. That fact was reinforced today as guests with reservations booked for the second week of June received cancellation notifications.
With all of the parks shut down Disney has been trying to bring the Disney experience to people’s homes more and more. Today they announced that they will be sharing some fun things through the mobile apps.
Disney recently announced that they were closing their parks until further notice. After doing that they have been actively helping the community by donating food and supplies.
Disney has not officially announced a reopening date, because it is too soon to tell. They have, however, said that new bookings are available for beginning June 1 for Disney World and Disneyland.
Disney has brought back a popular ticket option for those looking to visit each of the four theme parks. The 4-Park Magic Ticket is like a base ticket, but at a discounted price.
Disney likes to stream different events at the theme parks, much to the delight of fans who cannot be in Disney World all the time. The latest live stream will take place in Epcot, before the park opens.