What is the evidence that going somewhere with masks and distancing causes spikes? Please direct me. Most Florida cases could be from pool parties for all we know. They haven't even shared the pattern with us yet besides a few bars that weren't following guidelines. I've heard no mention of grocery stores causing spikes since masks were implemented. There's a difference between trying and not trying. All it takes is groups of people in a highly populated state like Florida who don't take it seriously at all to bring those numbers up. That doesn't automatically implicate any and all businesses.Everything that involves large amounts of people (or even sometimes small get togethers) will cause spikes of COVID-19. That is particularly a problem in Florida, Texas, California, and Arizona lately. Sure, WDW can open by July 15. However, there will be massive spikes and repercussions from that reopening. There's no avoiding it unless EVERY person who enters is given a test for COVID-19. Not temperature checks. Not a health survey. Not just masks (and since social distancing will still be difficult). Clear tests beforehand and then the denial of anyone testing positive from entering. Even then, because of how the virus shows up in test results, safety is not 100% guaranteed.
That said, no state can test everyone who has an intention of going on a vacation, symptoms or not. Unfortunately, that's not feasible. Thus, the reopening of Disney World, as much as I want it to happen safely, will have its repercussions.