“Our housekeeping cast members will receive training on increased cleaning measures throughout the resort hotel and for each guest room, including updated practices for cleaning tools and managing in-room amenities, linens, luggage, and more,” Kelly writes. Several in-room items, like the TV remote, will be wrapped in plastic after cleaning, according to an informational video shared by the company (below).

The number of hand sanitizer stations will be expanded, and touch-points will be reduced across the resort by offering cashless and mobile-ordering options at shopping and dining locations. Hands-free “Magic Band” bracelets, which guests can tap to pay for items, are one way the company plans to make this possible. 

Capacity will also be reduced in many public areas across the resort — such as pools, restaurants, lobbies and fitness centers — in an effort to facilitate social distancing. 

“Of course, we all have an important role to play in promoting health and safety,” Kelly notes. “We are asking our guests to help, by washing your hands frequently with soap and water; following physical distancing and other guidelines when you visit; and rescheduling your visit if you or a member of your party feel ill or are subject to quarantine or other travel restrictions.”

For more information on how the experience at the parks will be changing in response to the coronavirus, check out our list of 10 things that will be different at Disney World when it opens July 11. 

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