PHOTOS, VIDEO: Distancing Markers and Plexiglass Removed from Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance Pre-Shows at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

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In addition to masks no longer being required outdoors, six-foot physical distancing is being removed and reduced in some areas of Walt Disney World. At Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, physical distancing markers and Plexiglass dividers have been removed from preshow rooms, leaving guests to mingle as much as they want.


The Happiest Girls on Earth sent us video of the distancing changes.


Previously, each party was directed to their own circle marker on the floor. Plexiglass dividers were up in some spots where these markers were closer together.


As seen in the video, Cast Members are directing each party into an empty space in the room, but there are no more distancing precautions.


Guests crowd into the area leading to the Resistance Transport.

Two pieces of plexiglass remain in the Resistance Transport, but it is practically back to its pre-pandemic form.


Physical distancing markers are still in place in the landing bay. However, the area is much more crowded now.


Both sides of the queue leading to the interrogation rooms are filled with guests.

Guests are still required to wear masks indoors and on attractions, and still urged to maintain a few feet of distance from others. For now, Plexiglass dividers remain on the ride vehicles of Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, and up to two parties are seated in one transport.

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