UPDATE: Temperature Screenings Now Required for Table-Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World

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The Walt Disney World Resort has been doing an exceptional job with regards to safety regulations with the reopening of the parks. Temperature screenings have been required for all guests, when entering the parks or Disney Springs. Just recently, Disney has expanded temperature screenings to table-service restaurants. Each guest is now required to have their temperature taken upon entry to any Disney table-service restaurant. Guests whose temperature is above 100.4º will not be allowed entry to the restaurant, as well as their entire party.

This update on the safety regulations for Walt Disney World is now added to the “Know Before You Go” page under “Dining.” You can find out more info under the Health and Hygiene section of the page.

Disney’s number one priority is the safety of all guests and cast members. With this new rule in place, it will provide a safer environment for all guests when dining.

To book your Disney vacation, contact a Mickey World Travel agent today to get started.

Dylan Hayeck

Dylan Hayeck

Dylan is the director of social media and marketing for Mickey World Travel. He has been travelling to a Disney park, since he was three. Dylan has a passion for all things Disney, ranging from the parks, to the movies, the characters, and beyond.

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