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It appears that guests visiting Walt Disney World will no longer have access to washing their hands except in the bathrooms throughout the parks. The handwashing stations at the parks are being removed.
Handwashing stations were added all over the Walt Disney World theme parks just before the pandemic closure. The stations remained in place once the parks reopened but are now starting to disappear. If you need to wash your hands, you’ll have to find the nearest bathroom. It also might be a good idea to keep some wet wipes in your Disney bag.
This isn’t the only change happening at the parks recently. Disney has also slightly relaxed their face mask policy. Guests can now take photos outside without masks on! Guests must be socially distanced and stationary for these pictures. Masks are still required for ride photos.
Have you noticed the handwashing stations are gone from the four Walt Disney World theme parks?
- Handwashing Stations removed from Disney World Theme Parks – April 18, 2021
- Disneyland recalling more Cast Members to work – April 17, 2021
- Disneyland will remove guests for using profanity or offensive language – April 16, 2021