Photo Credit: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel 

PHOTOS: Social Distancing Floor Markings, One-Way Directional Arrows Installed Across Disney Springs Ahead of Reopening

As Disney Springs prepares for its reopening tomorrow, new signage has been posted throughout the grounds with “Health and Safety Reminders”. These signs remind guests to wear face coverings, maintain social distancing at all times, wash their hands, and cover any coughs or sneezes. Additional signage has been installed at entertainment venues and at store entrances.

Photo Credit: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel

Signs are up by the concert area across from Wetzel’s Pretzels.

Photo Credit: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel

Walt Disney World ambassadors are showing the media how to follow the new social distancing markers set up along the ground.

Photo Credit: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel

One-way directional arrows will direct traffic flow throughout the shopping and dining complex.

Photo Credit: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel

Additionally, over at Paradiso 37, outdoor tables have been set up according to the new 6-foot distancing protocols. The restaurant will be among nearly 50 locations reopening tomorrow. To check out the full list of reopened stores and restaurants, click here.

Will you be headed to Disney Springs this week? You can review all of the new Disney Springs guidelines here, and don’t forget to read up on some of the Frequently Asked Questions here.

Featured Image: Dewayne Bevil via Orlando Sentinel 

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Andrew
Andrew
5 months ago

I really think things should just open up normally, just have a smaller capacity. “Social distancing” is just weird and no way to live.

Tom Corless
Admin
5 months ago
Reply to  Andrew

Being near someone with the virus would be bad though…

Ron
Ron
5 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Not for 99.99% of the population

Than
Than
5 months ago
Reply to  Andrew

It is weird, isn’t it? But our whole world is weird right now so we have to accommodate. Soon enough people get used to the abnormal.

Zaza Pensive
Zaza Pensive
5 months ago

Will the majority of Disney guests maintain social distancing when management caves and packs them into the parks like squashed mice? What happens when the guests are just too drunk to care ?

Auntiegravity
Auntiegravity
5 months ago

No thanks!

Woohoo
Woohoo
5 months ago

It’s kinda embarrassing how much I am looking forward to tomorrow. Quarantine certainly makes little things more exciting.

SHANNON FERNANDEZ
SHANNON FERNANDEZ
5 months ago

Do people really need Uggs, Pandora bracelets, Disney souvenirs, and dinner at Trex so bad that it is worth risking thousands of lives? It is not just about YOU, it is protecting the entire community. The people that go should sign a waiver forgoing any medical care if they contract COVID-19. Why waste resources on selfish, careless people?

Bob
Bob
5 months ago

You’re focusing primarily on potential consumers when, in actuality, it’s about letting people who need money get back to work, in as safe and responsible a way as possible. From that perspective, it’s not a waste of resources. As you said yourself, “it’s not just about YOU.”