Disney World reopens as Corinavirus cases rise in Florida

Disney World reopens as Corinavirus cases rise in Florida
The most magical place on Earth is reopening after almost four months with new regulations to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will reopen on Saturday, while Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios will run after four days.

Reopening occurs when a large surge of Floridians has tested positive for the new coronavirus in recent weeks. Several cities and counties across the state have recently reinstated restrictions that were lifted in May, when cases appeared to be relaxed.

All Disney parks in Orlando closed in mid-March in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. Universal Orlando and Seaworld Orlando closed at about the same time, but reopened several weeks ago after establishing similar rules to protect employees and customers from the virus.

Disney's new rules include mandatory skins and social distinctions. Visitors will need a reservation to enter a park, and will not be allowed to jump between parks. Both visitor and staff will receive temperature control when entering. Fireworks shows and parades were suspended to avoid the involvement of many people.

Disney has been opening its parks worldwide for the past two months. In May, the company opened Disney Springs, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex in Lake Buena Vista.

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