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Disney Springs reopened this week, but it's not the same. Check out these pictures of what visiting the resort is now like, with mandatory mask, fever checks, and social distancing.

Business Insider Logo By insider@insider.com (Jessica Snouwaert) of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 12: Disney Springs reopened Wednesday at a modified capacity with fever checks and required masks.A reduced number of restaurants and shops were open and more are expected to return to operations May 27.Read on to see how Disney Springs is reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.While Disney's full-blown theme park experience isn't up and running in Orlando, some customers are getting a taste of the resort experience at Disney Springs as restaurants, shops, and entertainment start to reopen. The complex, essentially a Disney-themed mall, opened with reduced capacity Wednesday with mandatory fever screenings and face mask requirements.While states and businesses ease into reopening, experts warn about the potential risk of a second wave of COVID-19 cases if local hospital capacity is not managed and if widespread testing and contact tracing is not in place.Even so, businesses and states are easing up on restrictions and aiming to get back on track as summer arrives."While our theme parks and resort hotels remain temporarily closed, the phased reopening of Disney Springs is a welcome milestone as we navigate through this unprecedented time together as responsibly as we can," Disney Springs Vice President Matt Simon wrote in a blog post Saturday.Disney Springs' reopening comes on the heels of another Disney resort opening, Shanghai Disney, which included a wider array of offerings like theme park rides.Read on to see what visiting Disney Springs looks like.Read the original article on Business Insider

Disney Springs reopened this week, but it's not the same. Check out these pictures of what visiting the resort is now like, with mandatory mask, fever checks, and social distancing.

  • Disney Springs reopened Wednesday at a modified capacity with fever checks and required masks.
  • A reduced number of restaurants and shops were open and more are expected to return to operations May 27.
  • Read on to see how Disney Springs is reopening during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

While Disney's full-blown theme park experience isn't up and running in Orlando, some customers are getting a taste of the resort experience at Disney Springs as restaurants, shops, and entertainment start to reopen. 

The complex, essentially a Disney-themed mall, opened with reduced capacity Wednesday with mandatory fever screenings and face mask requirements.

While states and businesses ease into reopening, experts warn about the potential risk of a second wave of COVID-19 cases if local hospital capacity is not managed and if widespread testing and contact tracing is not in place.

Even so, businesses and states are easing up on restrictions and aiming to get back on track as summer arrives.

"While our theme parks and resort hotels remain temporarily closed, the phased reopening of Disney Springs is a welcome milestone as we navigate through this unprecedented time together as responsibly as we can," Disney Springs Vice President Matt Simon wrote in a blog post Saturday.

Disney Springs' reopening comes on the heels of another Disney resort opening, Shanghai Disney, which included a wider array of offerings like theme park rides.

Read on to see what visiting Disney Springs looks like.

Read the original article on Business Insider
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