First cohort are returning June 14th. And those are all either former DCP who were terminated due to the park closures or were due to start in the Fall 2020, some at least may well be already trained. Or at least able to be trained quickly since they’ll already have had their basic training.Disney College Program(?) This falll?
I don’t think the proof is glaring.Do not worry, there will still be a poster telling you it was never about staffing.
The proof is glaring now.
I think long snaking queues in the parking lots are riskier. At 6ft spacing the marked queues would only hold a handful of groups before the overspill then snaked back into the actual parking area. And tensions would rise inexorably amongst those waiting, even more so than usual.So you think that the Jungle Cruise Boats and other attractions, transportation and venues were at less risk than the open air trams operating at a reduced capacity?
I think long snaking queues in the parking lots are riskier. At 6ft spacing the marked queues would only hold a handful of groups before the overspill then snaked back into the actual parking area. And tensions would rise inexorably amongst those waiting, even more so than usual.
No, I was not talking about the virus risk of people queueing outside. I was specifically talking about risk averse TDO and queues for the trams that spread throughout a parking lot. With the 6ft distancing the line would extend into the areas where cars and the actual trams would be driving through.You think an outdoor queue of masked people mostly doing the right thing is riskier to spread than indoor or covered ride vehicles loading every row.
Also, the parks with reduced capacity were not that crowded to where they could not run trams. Even if they were at a reduced capacity there is plenty of room in the world's largest surface lot to have created a queue safe and seperate from the moving vehucle areas. If your concerns of peoppe vejng quasi clpse in open air were accurate to the reason than the Ferry Boats or Monorails would be bypassed with the trams actyally used straight to the magic Kingdom.(it has been done before out of necessity.
For the other parks there is also no TTC excuse. The Skyliner has a pretty efficient rate of dumping people.
The difference is the cost including CP staffing.
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