Physical distancing has been reduced at the Liberty Square Riverboat Landing in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World

PHOTOS: Physical Distancing Reduced to 3 Feet at Liberty Square Riverboat Landing in Magic Kingdom

We have been steadily keeping you updated on all of the changes to physical distancing measures around Walt Disney World as things begin to slowly return to normal. This morning while out in the park we noticed that the landing area for the Liberty Square Riverboat has adjusted its physical distancing markers to reduce the distance in between each one.

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It appears now that these have been reduced to about three-feet, from the previous six-feet.

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Yesterday we also reported that Walt Disney World is also reducing its six-feet physical distancing in stores and restaurants around the resort.

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Standing here also reminds us of the new floor markers added to the Monorail as well.

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Monty Hall
Monty Hall
16 days ago

WDW, control freaks, unbelievable decisions that they are making.

Cds
Cds
15 days ago
Reply to  Monty Hall

No “following the science” from Disney! They know better than everyone else.

Cds
Cds
15 days ago
Reply to  Monty Hall

At this point they are just starting to look ridiculous for going against what every scientist, governmental agency, state and local authorities and peers in the theme park industry are doing.

Prince Naveen
Prince Naveen
15 days ago

What the heck is the point??? 3 feet is usually how far apart people stand from each other, pre-pandemic. Plus, the entire waiting queue is EMPTY in these photos! Ridiculous as usual.