Walt Disney World is surveying guests about their experiences with social distancing at theme parks. We received a survey regarding our recent visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Many of the questions were similar to those we answered about Magic Kingdom this summer.
While most live shows are not currently performing, For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration reopened a couple of weeks ago, so there is now a question regarding live shows.
Another question asked about character experiences other than cavalcades.
There was a question specifically about whether or not we were able to make it onto Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
Another question asked about virtual queues for attractions, which currently only applies to Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
Minnie’s Hollywood Dine at Hollywood & Vine recently brought limited character dining experiences back into the park.
The survey went on to ask more questions specifically about health and safety procedures, such as whether or not we were aware of the face covering rules and temperature checks.
The next question listed out several new procedures and asked guests if they thought this was the right amount, too much, or too little.
Some questions were concerned with the efficacy of social distancing markers and signs.
In addition to questions about guests and Cast Members being required to wear face coverings, there were also questions about guests actually wearing them.
And there was a question about Cast Members maintaining social distancing.
With the parks seemingly getting busier, the survey asked about how easy it was to maintain a safe distance in crowded areas.
How would you answer these questions? Let us know about your experiences social distancing at Walt Disney World below.