- In the Parks
Quite simply: there’s no need. Disney is allowed to be open in Florida at any capacity and would be able to start fireworks tomorrow if they wanted to. I cannot imagine them requiring a vaccine when they already claim they are safely open. Have the last 4 months been safe or not?Why would WDW have a harder time to verify than an airline? I would assume if this becomes mainstream for flying or cruising people will either have a paper copy of a proof of vaccination or potentially an app. Ticketmaster is attemptimg to build an app that concert and sports venues can use. I assume Disney could use something like that.
Ticketmaster or cruise lines on the other hand very well might require vaccines because they need to do so in order to be allowed to reopen. It’s a completely different calculus for them. Spread on a cruise liner or in a concert hall tends to be far more widespread than in theme parks. I really don’t see either restarting until a vaccine is widely available to provide legal cover. Luckily for these businesses, it appears they won’t have to wait too much longer.