Disney Chief Executive Bob Chapek (Bob Chapek) confirmed that the current operating capacity of the Walt Disney World theme park is 35%, which is higher than 25%. While maintaining health and safety guidelines, it is possible to achieve this growth due to the attraction of operational innovations. Examples include the installation of Plexiglas partitions at most attractions, including “Star Wars: The Rise of Resistance” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Mickey and Minnie’s “Escape Railroad.”
Earlier in October, Chapek had stated that the Walt Disney World theme park was still limited to 25% of its capacity. Florida has entered a comprehensive “Phase 3”
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