In search of magic? What to expect at Disney World in 2021

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Posted: Dec 28, 2020 / 02:25 PM EST/ Updated: Dec 28, 2020 / 03:28 PM EST

(Matt Stroshane, photographer) / Walt Disney World

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (WFLA) – Trips to Walt Disney World Resort have looked very different during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

All Disney World parks closed on March 15 and re-opened to guests in July.

Since its reopening, Disney World has gone through a variety of changes in regards to everything from reservations to safety protocols.

Coronavirus safety precautions

Disney continues to follow guidance from health officials such as the CDC and government agencies.
According to the Disney World website, temperature screenings are still required for entry to some locations, and face coverings will continue to be required for all guests ages 2 and up, as well as cast members.

The theme park giant has not officially announced at what capacity the parks are currently operating.

Tickets, reservations and park-hopping

Moving forward into 2021, all guests ages 3 and up will still need to make a reservation in advance to visit any of the four parks.

Disney unveiled its “Park Pass System” on June 19, giving Floridians and visitors the ability

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