Walt Disney World plans to reopen Animal Kingdom and Magic Kingdom to the public in just SIX WEEKS, while Seaworld aims to allow visitors to return in a fortnight
- Walt Disney World hopes to reopen its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom from July 11, according to the Orlando Sentinal
- Park-goers will be required to wear masks and have their temperature taken upon arrival; social distancing and hand washing will be vigorously promoted
- Meanwhile, SeaWorld has ambitious plans to partially reopen its three Orlando parks on Thursday, June 11
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Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida plans to partially reopen to the public in just six weeks, according to one company executive.
The iconic theme park – which was forced to shutter more than two months ago amid the COVID-19 pandemic – is hoping to allow guests to visit Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom from July 11, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Under reopening plans, visitors will have their temperature taken and will be required to wear a mask at all times.
The Disney exec additionally told the publication that social distancing and frequent hand-washing will also be promoted.
Meanwhile, SeaWorld – which boasts three separate Orlando parks – has plans to reopen from Thursday, June 11.
Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida plans to reopen its Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom from July 11, the Orlando Sentinel reports. Cinderella’s Castle inside the Magic Kingdom is pictured