And it’s safe to say, the park looks a little bit different.
According to CNN, the park operated at less than the reduced 30 percent capacity, and the number of cast members actually outnumbered the guests.
Visitors must undergo a temperature check before entering.
All guests are required to wear masks at all times (except while dining).
Markers on the ground encourage social distancing in line and on rides.
Even shows have premeasured squares for safe viewing.
And the park is undergoing more frequent sanitization throughout the day.
None of these restrictions seemed to put a damper on the guests’ joy, however, as cast members lined up to welcome them into the park.
People were so excited that announcements to “walk, not run” had to be played over the speakers.
As of now, no other Disney parks are scheduled to reopen anytime soon, but when they do, they could look a lot like this.
Now, please excuse me while I patiently wait for the US parks to reopen…