PHOTOS: New Temperature Screening Process In Place at Monorail Resorts in Walt Disney World
With the reopening of the Magic Kingdom comes the inevitablity that Guests will stay at the monorail resorts and visit the park. Why else would you stay there, after all? Since the temperature check and security screening for day Guests is located at the Transportation and Ticket Center, Walt Disney World has set up similar systems at the resorts along the Monorail as well. Let’s take a look!
Signs and markers direct Guests ahead of security to the temperature screening area. Guests must have their temperature checked before proceeding to the security checkpoint.
Metal detectors and inspection tables are set up at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, along with social distancing indicators and an a-frame sign to inform Guests of standard security procedures.
There are also plexiglass barriers, presumably to separate Guests and Cast Members, as well as divide the pre and post-security areas.
Plexiglass and metal barriers are also set up along the path to the Monorail’s boarding platform.
Similar procedures are in place at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The sign of AdventHealth, Disney’s temperature screening provider, is much more prominently displayed here.
And also at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, these signs and Cast Members are at the ready to guide Guests on to their relatively-safe day of magic.
Did you visit Walt Disney World around or before the public opening? What was your experience with these new safety procedures? Let us know below or on social media!