As part of Disney’s proposal to the Orange County Task Force earlier today, Walt Disney World Senior Vice President of Operations Jim MacPhee announced that there will be a new theme park reservation system when the parks reopen on July 11th.
As a reminder, Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom will reopen on July 11th, with EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopening on July 15th.
When the theme parks reopen, they will operate at a significant capacity limit to encourage social distancing as well as the safety of guests and Cast Members.
In order to ensure that guests aren’t turned away at the gate, Disney will be implementing a theme park reservation system that will require that guests register to visit a theme park. Details such as how Annual Passholders or Resort guests would be handled have not been provided at this time, but Disney has promised to provide more details at a later date.
Shanghai Disneyland has implemented a similar reservation system during their reopening, but it’s too early to tell if the Walt Disney World system will be the same or not.
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