PHOTO REPORT: EPCOT 3/12/20 (New Hand Washing Stations, New Construction Walls, “Mulan” Ears, and More)

Good morning from EPCOT! Let’s see what’s happening around our favorite construction site.

One of the first things we noticed today was the arrival of these portable hand washing stations throughout the park. It’s important to stay safe during your visit to the parks, so be sure to wash your hands as often as possible.

The new “Mulan” ears have arrived at Mouse Gear!

Two new open edition pins also arrived today. We found them both at Pin Traders and they were available for $9.99 each.

Another new design has arrived on a construction wall in Future World! This one features characters that are represented in the World Showcase.

It was a beautiful day in the park! We love stopping by The Seas with Nemo & Friends to enjoy the awesome view.

While we were grateful for all of the hand washing stations that have popped up throughout Walt Disney World, we were disappointed that there were none available in or near Seabase. With so many things to touch and engage with in this area, germs are definitely aplenty.

It was manatee feeding time while we were there! Those manatees sure do love their lettuce.

On our way into The Land Pavilion, we found the tiniest scrim we’ve ever seen on this bench.

Another sanitization mishap occurred in the Imagination! Pavilion. No hand washing stations were available here either.

A Cast Member zipped by us on a Segway today! Always a cool sight to see in the parks.

The train going around the tracks in Germany is filled with flowers for the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival!

This is my favorite Festival Market out of all of the ones available during the EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival! So many adorable plants are available here.

While walking through the Mexico Pavilion, we stopped to listen to Mariachi Cobre, which is always a treat!

Have you ever dined in the San Angel Inn Restaurante? It’s such a beautiful and relaxing restaurant with a wonderful ambiance.

Work continues on the former Wonder of Life Pavilion as it prepares to transition to the new Play! Pavilion.

That wraps up our day at EPCOT! Be sure to follow us on Twitter for all of the latest news from the Disney Parks!

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