Cruise and Theme Park Operational Updates due to Coronavirus

Jothmas

Earning My Ears
Joined
May 29, 2020
Walmart had a special last month for the blue disposable masks at $9.67 for a box of 50. I bought 3 boxes. I looked tonight though and the Walmart website no longer lists the product, which is odd. Just has page cannot be found. I'm not sure what to make of that.
 

Sunnywho

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 13, 2010
For indoor queues, we’ll also wear N95s, but I wore one of those for 1 hour walking around the 92 degree heat and my face was actually sweaty afterwards, which is not normal. We did wear N95s at the airport and flight 2 weeks ago (for a total of 5 hours, with two short snack breaks), and indoors it wasn’t a problem.
This is our plan too. N95s indoors, surgical masks or cloth masks outdoors.

I still had my bird flu pandemic stockpile from 2005. 😂 My N100s are degraded but the N95s are fine.
 


DGsAtBLT

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jan 10, 2017
Just cancelled our trip for July 15th -24th today. Sad and, after all of the work (all ADRs and FP cancelled, then park reservations) and all the time spent on these boards, I am just exhausted. My wife and I are teachers and we so look forward to our Disney summers. My son graduated HS and is heading to college (hopefully) and this was our last trip with him as a "kid". We did everything to justify leaving NY and going; the 15% positive rate just made it feel "wrong" for us...too much risk for a reduced experience. To those that do get to go, I wish you well. Stay safe and please be responsible, both on property and when you return home. The last thing Disney needs is to be blamed for any spread beyond Orange County. ✌
Im sorry your trip is lost. COVID is a whole bunch of things that wouldn’t make it past the DISboards censors.

Your next trip will be even more special because of all of this garbage.
 

DGsAtBLT

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jan 10, 2017
Everyone’s situation is different. It’s not just about making due for myself. I have a 2 yr old so we would need to get home in case we both get really sick & need help from family caring for DS.
That’s the kind of scenario I was thinking of. Anyone traveling with kids who has some semblance of a support system at home is probably better off getting back ASAP just incase things turn bad. Even if no support system, I’d imagine you would still be way better off isolating in your own home with your own things if you had to attempt to care for your child(ren) while very sick.

I don’t think most people would attempt to isolate in Orlando instead of going home given the length of the isolation, but what do I know lol.
 





Connect

Disney News and Updates





SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY EMAIL
Subscribe and never miss out on Disney News, Deals and Updates.






Top