Physical distancing markers have been removed from the queues for both Gran Fiesta Tour in the Mexico Pavilion and Frozen Ever After in the Norway Pavilion at EPCOT.
Physical distancing is being reduced throughout Walt Disney World. Many other attractions in EPCOT had distancing markers removed this weekend.
Dividers remain in the claustrophobic queue, and now guests are tightly packed without six (or more) feet between parties.
While the reduction in distancing won’t help the ride’s capacity, it should allow more guests into the pavilion, reducing the outdoor wait during the busy summer.
Similar to Gran Fiesta Tour, Frozen Ever After has also removed distancing markers on the indoor portions of its queue.
Dividers still remain in the line, although slightly less compressed than they are for Gran Fiesta Tour.
Do you welcome the closer quarters in queues, or do you think it should wait until plexiglass dividers are removed? Let us know in the comments.