The United States Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron flies over Epcot in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., May 2, 2019. Flying just 500 feet above the ground, the elite squadron — en route to an airshow in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.— thrilled Epcot guests. Support for the U.S. Armed Forces is a long-standing Disney tradition. The flyover of Walt Disney World Resort was in honor of National Military Appreciation Month. With the addition of new attractions, entertainment, dining and shopping, Epcot is undergoing its largest transformation since it opened in 1982. (Cappy Surette, photographer)
WDWNT Weekly Recap: Walt Disney World Issues New COVID-19 Liability Disclaimer as Disney Springs Prepares to Reopen, Required Face Masks and Screening Policies, Exciting Disney+ Content Announcements, and More!
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Every week is a busy week when it comes to Disney news. To help you keep up with all the updates coming out of Walt Disney World and other Disney resorts, here’s WDWNT’s weekly recap of the Disney news from May 11-17, 2020 .
Last week, Shanghai Disneyland became the first Disney resort in the world to reopen it’s gates, following the COVID-19 pandemic closures. Whilst no official opening dates have been specified for the other parks and resorts, hopes of reopening are beginning to surface. Most notably, Disney Springs in Walt Disney World is set to begin a phased opening from next week. Here’s our WDWNT Weekly Recap of all the news we’ve brought you this week, along with some extra fun things to keep Disney spirits high through these difficult times. Stay safe, readers!