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March is starting off with some extra hours at the happiest place on Earth.
It’s been almost a full year since Disney World in Florida was forced to temporarily close down due to the coronavirus pandemic. While the park eventually reopened in July, it has continued to enforce extra safety standards and altered hours of operation due to the pandemic.
Disney World has extended its hours of operation for the first week of March, WDW News Today reports. Each of Disney World’s four theme parks will reportedly be open for an extra hour than what was previously scheduled.
According to the Walt Disney World website, the Magic Kingdom will open at 9 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Epcot will be open from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. during this time period as well. Both parks are reportedly closing one hour later than previously scheduled.
Each of Disney World’s four theme parks will reportedly be open for an extra hour than what was previously scheduled for the first week of March. (iStock)
Meanwhile, Hollywood Studios will operate from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. and the Animal Kingdom will open at 8 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. (except for Saturday, March 6th, when it will close at 6 p.m.) Both parks are reportedly opening an hour earlier than previously scheduled.
Each of these four theme parks are still operating at reduced hours compared to their schedules from the same time period in March 2020. Disney World temporarily closedafter the second week of March last year due to the pandemic and did not reopen until early July.
Since then, the park has enforced extra safety policies for its workers and guests, including enhanced cleaning procedures and enforcing face mask policies and social distancing. The park is also operating at a limited capacity to help prevent the spread of the virus.
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Are you considering an international trip? If so, read on. The CDC has issued a COVID-19 order that may impact your plans for re-entering the United States.
Effective January 26, 2021 travelers arriving in the U.S. must:
1) Get tested for COVID-19 no more than 3 days before departing to the United States and show a negative test result to the airline before boarding OR 2) show documentation of recent recovery from COVID-19 to the airline before boarding.
This new order applies to all air passengers — including U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents — aged 2 years and older. It also applies regardless of the length of time spent outside of the United States.
Acceptable documentation of recovery from COVID-19 includes both a positive viral test result within 3 months of travel (or the time period specified in current CDC guidance) AND a letter from a healthcare provider or public health official stating that the passenger is cleared to end isolation.
Passengers who have tested positive for COVID-19 will need to delay their travel until they meet the criteria to end isolation; learn more here.
If you’re planning a trip to one of the Disney Parks, here’s what you’ll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic. Walt Disney World Resort via Getty Images Walt Disney World reopened in July 2020.
At the moment, Disney Parks in Hong Kong, Paris and Los Angeles are closed due to the pandemic.
Some parks began to tentatively reopen over the summer, although restrictions are in place, with rules varying depending on each park’s location.
In Florida, most of Disney World’s parks are currently open and Blizzard Beach water park is due reopen on March 7. No reopening date has been set for Typhoon Lagoon.
What’s on offer
The original and, some might say, best, theme parks, Disney’s resorts remain a magical experience for all the family. From vertiginous rides to firework displays, and of course the chance to meet classic characters, a trip to a Disney Park makes memories that last a lifetime.
Who can go
Entry to each Disney Park is dependent on local travel restrictions. That means locations in the United States are only open to foreign visitors from outside the European Schengen Area, UK, Ireland, China, Iran and Brazil, while its Paris location — when it reopens — will be subject to France’s entry rules, which prevent most non-EU nationals from coming into the country. Only locals and returning citizens can access its Tokyo and (currently closed) Hong Kong parks, while its Shanghai resort can only be accessed by locals or those who meet China’s strict entry requirements, including two negative test results taken within 48 hours of departures.
What are the restrictions?
All Disney Parks require guests to wear masks, with some more stringent than others. Walt Disney World, Florida, mandates face coverings for everyone aged two years or over. Every park has reduced capacity, and guests must take a temperature check on entry and observe social distancing at all times.
What’s the Covid situation?
Exact numbers of cases linked to Disney Parks are unclear.
What can visitors expect?
Disney World, Florida canceled its parade and fireworks indefinitely in a bid to keep guests safely apart. Parades are also suspended. Capacity has also been cut, with numbers further limited in restaurants and in queues to prevent overcrowding.
Despite this, guests can still dine in at their favorite restaurants and enjoy the rides, though character meet-and-greets have been replaced by socially distanced character processions.
If you’re planning on visiting Walt Disney World, the park hours are shortening as Disney predicts lower crowds following the holiday season. Three of the four Walt Disney World theme parks will have shorter operating hours, with Disney’s Hollywood Studios being the only exception. Here’s a look at the changes:
Magic Kingdom (starting Jan. 10): Returns to 7pm closing time (currently 8pm closing time)
EPCOT (starting Jan. 10): Returns to 8pm closing time (currently 9pm closing time)
Disney’s Animal Kingdom (starting Jan. 11): Returns to 5pm closing time (currently 6pm closing time)
As we stated earlier, Disney’s Hollywood Studios doesn’t change its operating hours this weekend. A change to shorter hours is on the schedule, but it’s not going to take place until later this month:
Disney’s Hollywood Studios (starting Jan. 24): Returns to 10am opening (currently 9am opening)
As always, keep checking back with us here at BlogMickey.com as we continue to bring you the latest news and photos from around the Disney Parks.
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