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Guests Once Again Allowed to Fill Their Own Beverages at Self-Service Refill Stations at Walt Disney World

Another COVID-19 safety procedure has been updated. Disney changed their website to reflect the new protocol, allowing guests to use self-service stations to fill their refillable mugs and beverages.

The refillable mug station found outside Ulu Café at the Aulani

Previously, guests had to be served by Cast Members since the parks reopened last summer. However, Blizzard Beach has been allowing guests to refill their own beverages since it reopened in March.

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This is the latest in a series of protocol changes, following behind the allowance for the removal of masks while taking photos.

Stay tuned to WDWNT for more on Disney’s COVID-19 safety procedures.

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Wyatte Stuard
Wyatte Stuard
4 months ago

Hallelujah!

Joe Ramey
Joe Ramey
4 months ago

Your information is incorrect. I was at Blizzard Beach last week and they would not let us fill our own mugs.

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Joe Ramey

That photo is literally from Blizzard Beach since reopening.

mis
mis
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

being from missouri tom, then show me. it seems disney has a lot of can do’s when many cannot do. this article emply’s this is happening everywhere when obviously it is not. just give us the news rather than being a disney corporate shill for once, please. some can while others cannot is not the news tom.

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  mis

If you think I’m a corporate advocate for Disney, you are reading stories in your head. Someone tell Nick to take this comment for Thursday. Also, it’s “imply”.

Adrienne Eggert
Adrienne Eggert
4 months ago

This is not a fact, we were there on Sunday and they have employees in front of the drink stations and you tell them what you want and they hand you a cup. Must have gotten lucky and grabbed a drink before some of the locations opened because after all food service locations opened all drink stations were blocked by a table and plexiglass with an employee standing there.

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago

This started today at select locations.

Al Ras
Al Ras
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Yes, but the article states they have been doing it since reopening which is not true.

Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Al Ras

They have, depends where at Blizzard beach you went.

Al Ras
Al Ras
4 months ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Interesting. When we were there about a week ago the Avalunch, and Lottawatta Lodge both had employees giving the drinks.

Last edited 4 months ago by Al Ras
Tom Corless
Admin
4 months ago
Reply to  Al Ras

Yeah, the photo above is from the Cooling Hut

Justin W.
Justin W.
4 months ago

Correct, just experienced it ourselves today at Caribbean Beach.

Susan Stalter
Susan Stalter
4 months ago

This is great news! Looking forward to our upcoming visit !

Jep
Jep
4 months ago

And the insanity continues…the CDC has said there is virtually no chance of contracting the virus from surfaces just like there is a slim to none chance of getting the virus outdoors in fresh air. But yet, there is still a stupid mask mandate. These silly policies are in place to give the sheep the illusion of safety. I, for one, will not be getting any vaccine or going to any destination that continues to perpetuate this insanity