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PHOTOS, VIDEO: Eating and Drinking NO Longer Allowed in Walt Disney World Attraction Queues; New Signage and Audio Announcements in Place

In an update to face mask announcements throughout Walt Disney World, as well as signage, it’s now been established that eating and drinking is no longer allowed within attraction queues.

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New signage went up on trash cans throughout Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, stating “No eating or drinking beyond this point.”

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A new announcement also now plays within the queue for Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom:

The new rule is likely in place due to new health and safety guidelines. Guests must remove their face masks in order to eat, naturally, and it’s harder to monitor and regulate social distancing within winding queues. Guests can still remove their masks to eat and drink while stationary, while inside restaurants (once seated at their table), and at designated Relaxation Stations.

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kat
kat
3 months ago

More draconian rules. Why don’t they stop serving food & drinks all together? Why don’t they serve only at Disney Springs? My husband & I were supposed to go this month, then maybe next year sometime, but with all the restrictions,Disney lost their magic.

Figment2000
Figment2000
3 months ago

Last straw for me. Bye draconian Disney.

Tom
Tom
3 months ago

I LOVE WDW… However I will not be renewing my expired AP until all these draconian and futile/excessive measures are over; face masks and social distancing have NOT reduced covid spikes; they don’t work, and any vaccines will not be mandatory or taken by the majority of the world’s population. There’s no way I, or most, can enjoy the Disney Parks like this with all these restriction-measures. It is antithetical to the very nature of Walt Disney and the fun nature of WDW. I don’t understand why WDW can’t fully reopen back to normal; covid is less dangerous and deadly… Read more »