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WDWNT Daily Recap (3/21/21): Walt Disney World Under for Denying Access to Rapper’s Autistic Cousin Without Face Mask, Work Continues on Moana – Journey of Water, MouseGear, and New Restaurants at EPCOT, Disney Parks Guest Satisfaction is Higher Than Before Pandemic, and More

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We bring you a lot of stories every single day. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up. So in case you missed anything from our feed, we have rounded up all our stories in one place to get the news at a glance. Here is your Daily Recap for Sunday, March 21, 2021.

Walt Disney World

Magic Kingdom

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EPCOT

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Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

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Other Walt Disney World News

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Disneyland Resort

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New Merchandise

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The Walt Disney Company

WDW News Today

Pressing Issues – Touch of Disney California Adventure, MobileMagic, Moana Tiki Room (3/21/2021)

PICKY EATERS: Trying Sandwiches at The Wave… Of American Flavors

🔴 LIVE – Check Out Characters and Food with us at “A Touch of Disney”

🔴LIVE: Magic is Just a Dream Away at Magic Kingdom

That’s it for today, we hope you enjoyed this Daily Recap. Thanks for stopping by, and we’ll see you tomorrow!

  1. Spent the week at Disney, wearing masks all day was super annoying. I sure hope they change their policy to allow people the freedom to choose before the summer.

    1. It’s the policy, if you can’t stand it slip it enough under your nose that you can breathe but it doesn’t expose it too well, I do that during shows like muppet vision because breathing fogs up the glasses

    2. I agree. Won’t be going back until they either loosen up the policy or cancel it all together. Could not even take a selfie with no one around.

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