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Response to jimfields33 (Reply #6)

Fri Jun 12, 2020, 11:50 AM

7. You make a good point, but people are often sitting close to each other on rides.

I support outdoor activities right now. Green spaces, trails, long walks, etc.

As I understand it, many attractions within each park have been closed for safety.

However, the parks can create all the walk ways they want for flow of foot traffic. They can rearrange restaurants. Gift shops can limit entrances. But if youíre around thousands of people (even at 25% capacity), taking loudly, breathing heavily from walking all day in the heat, screaming on rides, spittle flying, I have to imagine that thereíll be more spread.

Perhaps the opening of the beaches has contributed. We are fortunate that we donít need to use the public beach when we go so we can easily social distance and keep 6 feet away from others.

I had a 4 day Disney pass for FL residents. I used 1 day before the pandemic and then called and got my money back.

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