Parts of the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla. will reopen beginning on Wednesday, the company announced.
The company will partially reopen the Disney Springs entertainment and shopping complex after reaching a deal with unions on proper safety precautions for workers, Reuters reported.
Safety measures include cashless or contactless payment methods, and everyone will be required to undergo temperature screenings, wear “appropriate” facial coverings and practice social distancing.
Orlando's Walt Disney World Resort is reopening: 'it just may feel a bit different than before' https://t.co/ZOalWJctJU
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