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As cases of the coronavirus continue to spike throughout Florida, employees at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom in Orlando are preparing for their first day back since the park closed in March.
Annual passholders will get a sneak peek of the two parks starting Thursday, and normal visitors can tour the site beginning this Saturday. Disney World, which is home to more than 75,000 employees, is seen as the crown jewel of the Disney empire.
The article goes on to state the following:
Employees and parkgoers will be required to wear masks, and social distancing guidelines will be enforced throughout the theme park.
Analyst Michael Nathanson told CNN, “When you think about Disney, I think for a lot of people, Disney World immediately comes to mind. It’s 3 times the size of Disneyland in terms of revenue. It’s probably their most important single asset.”
The reopening comes as the Florida Department of Health reported more than 10,000 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday.
Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando remains on track for a phased reopening on July 11 even as Florida faces a spike of reported Covid-19 cases recently. Here’s a quick look at where things stand. https://t.co/E5ZOGHUG2O
— CNN (@CNN) July 8, 2020
DISNEY REOPENING! Walt Disney World starts to reopen their parks this weekend. Are you going?https://t.co/vRj4sertx3
— FOX 35 Orlando (@fox35orlando) July 6, 2020
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