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Coronavirus Disney

Coronavirus Disney

 

 

Walt Disney World asked  employees  who recently returned from the coronvirus outbreak zone  in Italy to stay at home and self quarantine themselves  for Coronavirus for the next 14 days and nights as they were exposed to Coronavirus while in Italy

The Disney employees are at home self monitoring themselves for Coronavirus at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida.

The Disney employees that were exposed to possible Coronavirus are now back home in Orlando Florida. The Disney employees are being quarantined throughout Orlando Florida  some in hotels and some in private residents on the grounds at Disney World in Orlando Florida.

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Walt Disney Land Tourists must be ready for the potential outbreak of coronavirus at Walt Disney in Orlando Florida.

 

Disney has many hotels and theme parks with millions of people arriving each month to go to Disney.

 

Disney has many hotels which could be used to quarantine coronavirus infected people should a coronavirus outbreak occur at Disney.

 

What are your travel plans?

 

Officials for Walt Disney World aren’t taking any chances amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, amplifying their “stringent” sanitation plans to keep visitors and employees safe.

On Sunday, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis disclosed that two people in the state tested positive for the coronavirus. Though the patients are in isolation and actively being monitored by the Florida Department of Health, Disney World has augmented its precautionary measures to keep parkgoers safe.

Responding to the update, a spokesperson for Disney said on Tuesday said that the company was monitoring the situation.

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“We have very stringent sanitation procedures in place at Walt Disney World Resort. We are in close contact with health agencies for information and guidance, and at this time, we are continuing to communicate to our Cast the importance of preventative measures such as frequent handwashing and rigorous cleaning processes,” the spokesperson told People of plans for the Orlando, Fla. theme park.

“For guest convenience, we have placed additional hand sanitizers throughout our parks and resorts and will adjust our protocols as the situation warrants,” they added.

On the other side of the country, Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., also remains open as of Wednesday.

Spokespeople for Disney World and Disneyland were not immediately available to offer further comment on the heavy-duty sanitation procedures.

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According to Disney, the theme park’s typical standards for sanitation and cleaning include extensive training for employees; frequent cleaning and disinfection of targeted areas; immediate response to spills, trash, etc.; end-of-day standard sanitation for bathrooms, kitchens and other facilities; frequent cleaning of outdoor locations; plus easy access to handwashing and hand sanitizing.

Amid the ongoing outbreak, Disney’s signature theme parks in Hong Kong and Shanghai remain temporarily closed. Tokyo Disney Resort is also closed, but currently scheduled to reopen on March 16.

Disneyland Paris also remains open.

Last week, Walt Disney World asked a small number of workers who had recently been in Italy to stay home over coronavirus concerns, a spokesperson told Fox News.

As of Wednesday morning, over 90,000 people worldwide have been sickened by the viral disease, while the death toll has risen to 3,100 in at least 70 countries.

 

Do you plan on traveling to a hot tourist spot to book a hotel, stand in line and eat out at  restaurants in Orlando ?

What if 1 or even a few people were already infected with coronavirus in Orlando Florida ?

What if they were infected with coronavirus at Disney ?

What are your plans in case of out an outbreak at Disney ?

Disney already closed many theme parks already but so far in the united states Disney has not closed their theme parks.

Could financial reasons be why Disney has not close their theme parks in Orlando ?

Why do you think ?

Should a coronavirus outbreak hit Orlando Florida do you think Walt Disney world would be a good place quarantine people infected with coronavirus in Walt Disney hotels ?

 

 

Walt Disney World® Resort is made up of four theme parks: Epcot®, Magic Kingdom® Park,  Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, and two water parks: Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. There will be a third water park opening in 2017, Volcano Bay.

Things to do and events at Walt Disney World® feature interactive rides, animal adventures, magical attractions, dining, shopping and more. Make memories last and feel the magic at Walt Disney World® Resort.

 

https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/disney-world-confirms-stringent-sanitation-procedures-amid-coronavirus


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