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News Walt Disney World says goodbye to the final remnants of its COVID-19 safety protocols

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Tuvalu

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Will the signs at the resorts be removed? This was taken last week.

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Fido Chuckwagon

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Andrew C

You know what's funny?
I'm sympathetic to the "we're trying, but muh labor shortage" argument, I just want them to say it. "This is a health and safety measure" is just a lie.
Labor shortage is a big part of it in the hotel industry. It’s slowly coming back. But one cannot deny even the big chains like Hilton and Marriott are still struggling to fill positions.
 

larryz

Influviated and Bi-Covidized.
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Removal of the hand sanitizer stations is idiocy. Forget Covid, these are just useful to combat a host of "spread by contact" oral/fecal illnesses, and the fact that they were constantly empty by the end of the day indicates people were using them.
There's no ROI in hand sanitizer... unless you're selling it at $1.00 a shot. Watch out for hand sanitizer stations with MagicBand™ readers attached!
 

COProgressFan

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Removal of the hand sanitizer stations is idiocy. Forget Covid, these are just useful to combat a host of "spread by contact" oral/fecal illnesses, and the fact that they were constantly empty by the end of the day indicates people were using them.

Dude. Just wash your hands.

There's no ROI in hand sanitizer... unless you're selling it at $1.00 a shot. Watch out for hand sanitizer stations with MagicBand™ readers attached!

I agree, the hand sanitizer dispensers were a nice touch. I know of a few smaller parks that had these even before the pandemic. It was a nice touch that was customer focused. This is purely a cost savings thing.

And yes, I wash my hands as often as possible, but it was always nice getting a quick squirt while exiting an attraction. Who knows what kind of bacterial filth is all over the lap bars, Toy Story Midway/Buzz Lightyear guns, etc.
 
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