Walt Disney World is currently planning to start a phased reopening in July and of course, people are getting excited about it. The recent announcement about the return of the NBA (at Disney World, no less) is also boosting the hype. As for the Disney Springs shopping district? They have been open since May 20. They have put the necessary safety restrictions in place and things are going well so far.
In fact, Disney Springs has put one of the best security measures in place that a shopping district could possibly have. They have Star Wars Stormtroopers patrolling the premises, making sure that temperature checks are conducted and facial coverings are worn. Physical distancing rules are also being enforced strictly.
This is our new normal at the moment, but it does not mean that we can’t have a little fun and the Stormtroopers are offering up all sorts of hilarious banter. In the video below, when one of the Stormtroopers says “Hey, you! With the face-covering!” we could not stop laughing. The clips offer a fun glimpse into Disney’s current plans to keep their visitors safe and sound during these challenging times.
Hopefully, we are still able to enjoy our summer, even with everything that is going on. Disney will be tapping into their awesome characters, making sure that everyone is safe and having a good time while they are at it. Those who wish to learn more about the Disney World reopening plans are urged to read up on the methods that they will be using to keep visitors safe as well.
In the meantime, we cannot stop laughing at these Stormtroopers and the jokes that they are making. They are providing these Disney Springs visitors with a much needed moment of levity. Check out the video to see the Stormtroopers in action for yourself:
How are your summer plans being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak? Have you had to change your plans? If so, you are sure to relate to what Disney is trying to do here. There’s no reason why we can’t still enjoy the warm weather outside, as long as we are all willing to do whatever it takes to keep each other safe.SKM: below-content placeholder