Forget getting that action picture of you on Magic Mountain if you’re not wearing a mask. Upon Disney World reopening in Florida over the weekend the company implemented a policy to suppress photos that show a park attendee doing anything on a ride that is deemed unsafe, which is what not wearing a mask is considered.
The magical world of Disney has implemented quite a few changes as the Magic Kingdom Park reopened to visitors in Florida this weekend.
In addition to wearing mouse ears, all guests ages two and older will be required to wear face coverings in the park. https://t.co/Hdlv6YMy7i
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Disney is also asking visitors to the park to leave if they feel ill. If someone comes to the first aid center at the park with COVID-19 symptoms they will be required to leave, however, Disney will help the individual seek additional medical attention.
Orange County where Disney is located reported a one-day record total of 15,000 coronavirus cases.
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