That is a different discussion entirely. It is immaterial to the suggestion that Disney should or would be liable to pay for all their expenses they voluntarily undertook to make a vacation because ultimately they are unable to visit the parks how they wanted.The number of people that have heart attacks a day at Disney are probably less than zero. It definitely happens, but it’s not something Disney is having to constantly adjust their operations for. (And when someone DOES have a heart attack, you better believe Disney helps the families out with magical moments and refunds and whatnot. I’ve seen it happen many times).
I guarantee you more than one person is going to test positive for a fever per day. Whether it’s from Covid-19, some other illness, a sunburn, or someone who just happens to run hot normally. Do you honestly think it’s going to make good business sense for them to turn away dozens of families every single day for something that may or may not even be an illness, let alone a contagious one?
How do you get from worrying about a DIsney bus to justifying they should be compensated for their time off work, airline costs, etc? That's where your 'what if..' completely falls apart and has no standing. Disney isn't going to dump you on the side of World Drive... but they aren't going to be paying people back for their vacation time, etc because they got sick on their own. This is rediculous hyper extrapolation stuff that has zero standing.And then denying them Disney transportation back to their hotel? Or does he transportation back to the airport? And then when the airplanes don’t allow them on the plane because of the fever? When this happens to dozens of families a day, do you honestly think this isn’t going to cause some sort of uproar?
Then people are free to try to challenge Disney... and spend their money trying. "public safety" and putting thousands at risk is going to be a pretty freaking tall barrier to climb if Disney's screening methods are the acceptable methods from the medical experts.And again, what happens when that family proves they weren’t positive for Covid-19? That they just had a sunburn, or their baby was teething, or they just run hot naturally, or they just had a random fever not really related to anything serious? You honestly think they’re just gonna suck up the loss and accept that Disney denied them for no valid reason? You honestly think Morgan & Morgan wouldn’t have a field day with all these people wrongfully turned away?
How many are in this potential has nothing to do with Disney's liability on people's personal voluntary costs outside of Disney.how many people have heart attacks on Disney property a day? Yes, it happens, but it’s probably one a day or less. (Btw, they go above and beyond for families of those who have heart attacks on property - I’ve seen it, first-hand.) How many people have temperatures over 98.6? I guarantee you it’s going to be far more than 1 a day. It’s going to be dozens, easily.
Everything you are saying has merit... somewhere else... That doesn't mean it's support or reasoning to justify your postulate. These are largely points about 'is it viable for Disney to do this...' -- nothing to do with what Disney would be liable for.
Your line of thinking would say you should get free airline tickets if you were denied entry to the parks due to crowds... but the crowds weren't REALLY dangerous. Sorry... That's not how any of this works.