We checked into Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa earlier today and no temperature screening points were set up at any of the entrances.
There were still plenty of warning signs and health notices, plus hand sanitizer dispensers located throughout the property. Guests are currently “strongly recommended” to skip the Front Desk and instead opt for Online Check-in with Direct-to-Room Service to minimize contact.
As we near the phased reopening of the theme parks starting on July 11, it’s likely we’ll see temperature screening areas established at monorail stations and other transportation hubs, along with resumed bag check (or the new contactless security system.)
What do you think of the lack of temperature screening at the resorts? Would you prefer open access or a temperature screening like that at Universal Orlando Resort? Sound off in the comments.