Slinky Dog Dash, which was previously loading every other row, is now loading guests into every row, regardless of whether or not they are in the same party.
Each car of the Slinky Dog Dash train has two rows, one immediately in front of the other. Each car has a few feet of space between them.
Since October, plastic dividers have been up in the loading area as extra protection.
Unlike attractions like Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, dividers cannot be installed between rows on the Slinky Dog Dash vehicles.
While loading every row means that more guests can ride the attraction in a day, it does contradict the social distancing policy otherwise in place at Walt Disney World.
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