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Here’s How Coronavirus Can Affect Your Next Disneyland Vacation

Y’all best believe, if I plan a trip to Disneyland, I’m going! Coronavirus or no coronavirus, nothing is going to keep me from the House of the Mouse!

So, how is Disneyland being affected by the coronavirus?

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Disneyland currently has their gates open as normal, and they don’t fear any reason to close them, as of yet.

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You know it’s Disney, so they are going to go that extra magical mile to make sure you are as protected as possible from any virus bugs that might be lurking around.

As part of our commitment to the health and wellbeing of our Cast Members, Guests and the larger community, we are carefully monitoring the situation and are in regular contact with health agencies for information and guidance.

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Things Disneyland is doing to respond to fears about the coronavirus:

Disney has implemented extra training for Cast Members, with a focus on staying up to date with all the latest health agency recommendations.

They have started a schedule of frequent cleaning and disinfection of certain areas throughout the parks.

All guests will have easy access to handwashing facilities and hand sanitizers.

All Cast Members have been trained to respond quickly to spills, trash and other situations that may arise.

Disney has a rigid end-of-day sanitation procedure for all facilities, like restrooms, and kitchens.

All Cast Members are trained to be extra vigilant in cleaning and washing down outdoor areas, which includes all walkways and queue areas.

They have not announced a change in their cancellation policy, so ya may as well use those tickets!

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