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PHOTOS: Signs Limiting Four Guests Per Distancing Marker Already Removed from Disney’s Hollywood Studios

A day after they were put up in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the signs stating parties should split up and limit themselves to four guests per physical distancing marker have been removed.

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Here is one of the signs on a trash can outside For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration yesterday.

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Here is that trash can today.

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The sign outside One Man’s Dream has also been removed.

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The sign in the Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway queue has been replaced with a sign that only instructs guests they may not eat or drink beyond that point and face masks must fully cover their nose and mouth.

Large parties often take up the entire space between two markers, meaning a second party would not be six feet away. Cast Members have previously told parties to split up for more effective physical distancing, so the new signs came as no surprise to us. Their removal is much more mysterious.

Keep checking WDWNT for updates.

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Skywise
Skywise
8 months ago

Fauci came out yesterday saying that the CDC was looking into revising social distancing guidelines from 6ft to 3ft. Maybe they did so Disney is updating their guidelines as well.

Certainly they’d be happy about that.

Mike
Mike
8 months ago

Too much info = less likely to read any of it.

Bhhuf
Bhhuf
8 months ago
Reply to  Mike

Awe too much to read?

Nick
Nick
8 months ago

We could just let people live and die like the old days….

Tired and overworked
Tired and overworked
8 months ago

Partly due to guest complaints, I can imagine. I work at a (much smaller and more enclosed) tourist destination and we changed several policies in ways that either directly went against what the government bodies were mandating or toed those lines simply because guests complained that they were paying X amount of money and didn’t feel that they needed to be restricted. Companies in the entertainment industry right now need to cater to their guests now even more because quite literally, we could risk closing locations if we don’t make the money now.

K.C. Cooper
K.C. Cooper
8 months ago

Does its name start with the letter U?