PHOTOS, VIDEO: Take a Full Tour of the Guest Temperature Screening Area, Distancing Queues, and One-Way Paths for the Reopening of Disney Springs

As Disney Springs prepares for its reopening tomorrow, new signage has been posted throughout the grounds with “Health and Safety Reminders”. Additional signage has been installed at entertainment venues and at store entrances. To further illustrate the new reopening procedures, Disney has released a set of official images and video showing all of the new health and safety protocols:

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Prior to the May 20 reopening of Disney Springs, Disney cast members demonstrate appropriate physical distancing outside the World of Disney store. New ground signage will help guests maintain physical distancing while queueing to enter the store.

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Ground signage lines the outside of the World of Disney store. Do note that World of Disney and other Disney-owned shops and restaurants are not scheduled to reopen until May 27.

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Signage reminds guests of new health and safety protocols in place.

(Olga Thompson, photographer)

A Disney cast member cleans his hands using a new hand-washing station. Guests are encouraged to wash their hands frequently while visiting Disney Springs.

(Olga Thompson, photographer)

New directional signage helps direct guest flow throughout the shopping, dining, and entertainment district to better facilitate physical distancing. Maintaining appropriate physical distancing is part of the new health and safety protocols.

(Olga Thompson, photographer)

Guests must maintain physical distancing and those 3 years of age and older must wear a face covering at all times, among other new guidelines.

Upon parking, guests follow A-frame signs to the Temperature Screening stations inside garages. Parking is first-come, first-serve, and only the Orange and Lime parking garages will be available. No surface parking lots or valet will be available. For more details on parking, click here.

Temperature screenings are provided by AdventHealth (at least for this media preview), as a medical professional will be taking your temperature upon entry. (This is a marked difference from CityWalk at Universal Orlando, where Security hosts take temperatures instead.) If you or any member of your party has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, the entire party will be denied entry.

To check out the full list of stores and restaurants reopening on May 20, 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.

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