Disney Introduces Stormtrooper based Social Distancing Plan
When Walt Disney World’s shopping district, Disney Springs, reopened on May 20 in Orlando, Florida Star Wars Fans were delighted to see that the iconic Stormtroopers where being used as part of the park’s strategy to minimize coronavirus-related risks.
The Stormtroopers have been seen engaging in banter telling people to maintain a proper distance, move along and even fighting among themselves whilst arguing about there helmets and proper social distancing protocols.
In a Video shared by Attractions Magazine, we get to see this in full effect as it shows two stormtroopers stationed on a balcony engaging in comedic banter and reminding visitors to practice social distancing.
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Check out some more Highlights from twitter below and see more of there hilarious banter.
The Stormtroopers are here tackling the hot topics of the day: face coverings and gender roles. pic.twitter.com/Esp1JTNjpD— WDW News Today (@WDWNT) May 30, 2020
Stormtroopers have invaded @DisneySprings pic.twitter.com/6Vj35kZOCM— DisneyLifestylers (@DLifestylers) May 27, 2020
We are loving these Stormtroopers in Disney Springs! pic.twitter.com/u3spHwVJFH— AJ Wolfe (@DisneyFoodBlog) May 30, 2020
When Will Disney World Reopen
Disney World itself has remained closed since March but should begin a phased reopening July 11.
The park released an official statement on their website with some more details about what the park will look like come July 11.
We’re looking forward to reopening our theme parks, Disney Resort hotels and stores and doing so in a responsible way.
In this spirit, our destinations will continue to follow enhanced safety protocols based upon applicable guidance from health authorities and government agencies.
As we all must work together to promote the health and safety of everyone, cast members, as well as guests 2 years of age and older, will be required to wear appropriate face coverings in theme parks and common areas of resort hotels.
All guests will also undergo temperature screenings prior to entering a theme park; cast members will also have temperature checks.
Cashless transactions are recommended, and cleaning and disinfection procedures will be increased in high-traffic areas.– Disney World Website
The coronavirus-conscious stormtroopers could give us an insight into how the theme park plans to utilize its colourful cast of characters to enforce safety measures keeping it fun and exciting in Disney fashion.