Gotcha! I forget about that part!
This is all too much. I'm so sorry. My state is rather touristy and we've seen SO MANY "banned" license plates all over. You can't just profile people and seal off borders. Apply common sense safety rules where you can but a majority of the cases are likely coming from households and exceptionally close contact.
Well that takes care of those who do fly... but a lot of people drive. Also certain states are saying they will give parents the option to have their kids go back to a school or keep online education in place. So again, as my original post was pointing out, theres no enforcement and people returning from Disney can opt to follow the 14 days of quarantine guidelines or not.Schools.
If you fly, you're on the list. The list goes to the schools and your kids won't be allowed in.
There are so many off-site deals right now that I can not imagine paying $200 a night for Pop Century. I can do gaylord, hyatt regency, JW marriott for less, even taking parking and resort fees into consideration.I've looked at prices for the Fall because I'm going a bit stir crazy and thinking "what if I take a trip that I shouldn't really be taking at this time..."
$300 a night for Carribean Beach. $200 for Pop Century. Do they not want any guests, or do they just feel with reduced capacity they can fill the limited inventory at high rack rates?
There are so many off-site deals right now that I can not imagine paying $200 a night for Pop Century. I can do gaylord, hyatt regency, JW marriott for less, even taking parking and resort fees into consideration.
I don't blame you and I share that same anxiety. I have traveled a little during COVID to work for a different hospital system. Hilton and IHG have been exceptionally clean in my experience. No one enters your room once you check-in. So no housekeeping but they will give you towels, take trash, etc. I take my own supplies and clean the rooms too lol. Masks were enforced at Holiday Inn but not that much at some Hilton properties. I booked the Gaylord but I think I will switch to something else as it gets closer.For me, right now, I'd be more comfortable staying in that "Disney bubble" where health and safety seems to be both a priority and consistently enforced. That may be a bit irrational, but avoiding contact with the "outside world" feels reassuring right now.
Something tells me going right now would not be a very magical experience.
Covid still spreading
More rides breaking
Less Options for Dining
...And a partridge in a pear tree.
I think the only silver lining to going now are the ridiculously short wait times and the lack of crowds.
The states are making you fill out a questionnaire when you land at one of their airports.
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