Of course, until Disney officially announces these (or we report on them once we’re on the ground for the official reopening), these changes are unconfirmed and subject to change. However, we think it offers great insight into what we might expect to see once we make our way past the space tunnel and back out onto the Resistance Forest.
Face masks will be strictly enforced throughout the park as a whole and within each land. Guests not wearing the required face mask will be asked to either put one on or leave. Throughout the park, a safety spiel will be played continuously to remind guests to wear masks and wash their hands.
To maintain social distancing, Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance will operate with limited capacity. Each party will have their own separate ride vehicle.
Reportedly, all elements of Rise of the Resistance will still be used, as pre-shows will either be spaced out or simply left open for people to walk through (as is rumored for Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.)
Guests wishing to take photos in front of the Millennium Falcon may still do so, but with masks on at all times (and of course, a socially-distanced queue for PhotoPass.)