BREAKING: Temperature Screenings Expanding to Resort Table-Service Restaurants at Walt Disney World

While temperature screenings have been a requisite for entering Disney Springs and all four Walt Disney World Resort theme parks since their reopening, screenings are now being expanded to table-service restaurants at resort hotels across property, and will be required in order to enter these dining locations.

The update has been added to the Restaurant Reopening “Know Before You Go” landing page on the Walt Disney World website, under the Health and Hygiene section:

As with other locations at Walt Disney World Resort that require temperature screenings before entry, anyone displaying a temperature of 100.4 F or above will be directed to an additional rescreening. Those with temperatures 100.4 F or above will not be allowed entry; those in their party will not be allowed entry either.

Currently, temperature screenings are not required for general entry to the resorts.

As a reminder, a confirmed dining reservation is required for day guests (those not staying overnight) and is highly recommended for guests staying overnight at a Disney Resort hotel.

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Edward Nodal
Edward Nodal
4 months ago

This is great, but they should just make mandatory to just enter the resort hotel period.

Skeith
Skeith
4 months ago

Won’t a lot of people fail from being out in the sun or like Jess in the skyliner?