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Me when I had a concussion and used a wheelchair at Magic Kingdom.

Walt Disney World’s Disability Access Service Will Not Change Amid COVID-19 Precautions

With Walt Disney World re-opening on July 11, Disney is implementing several new policies to keep guests and Cast Members safe during the continued COVID-19 pandemic. These precautions include the cancellation of all FastPass+ through the end of the year so the extra queue space can be used for social distancing measures.

Thankfully for disabled guests and those traveling with someone with a disability, the Disability Access Service (DAS) will continue operating the same way as it did before.

Carlye Wisel discovered the information from Twitter user @amy_schinner.

Amy Schinner received an email directly from a Disney Guest Experience Services Cast Member, who confirms that the process for DAS will not change. Guests utilizing DAS will go to the attraction they wish to ride, receive a return time, and then be directed to an alternate entrance upon their return.

We previously broke down Disney’s services for disabled guests, including DAS, in this guide to accessibility. We’ll continue to keep you up-to-date if we find out about any changes to disability services and general park policies regarding COVID-19.

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