As folks around the country resume travel plans and family vacations, we can expect Walt Disney World and Disneyland, when it opens, will be seeing their fair share of tourists. Though we’ve seen Walt Disney World roll out an abundance of safety and health measures, many families have been waiting to receive their vaccine before traveling. The good news for those families is that the White House recently announced that they hope to have enough vaccinations for every adult in America by the end of May.
It was previously believed that the goal would be reached by the end of July, a modest prediction that has now been shortened by two months. With the recent approval of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a ramping up of production has increased the likelihood of quick access to the inoculation. Many sites are already open to administer the shots, but the Biden administration has expressed concern that there may be a need for more experienced vaccinations to man them.
When pressed to give good news about a return to normalcy, the President simply stated “I’ve been cautioned not to give an answer to that because we don’t know for sure. But my hope is by this time next year we’re going to be back to normal.” (CNBC)
No matter when you choose to resume trips to Disney Parks know that social distancing and masks are enforced. Bring plenty of hand sanitizer and enjoy your time at the happiest place on earth!