This is what I found on NYPost.com:

Officials in Florida said Disney World could reopen the Magic Kingdom as early as June after a lengthy coronavirus lockdown — but with half as much glitter and magic, according to reports.

A regional task force has laid out guidelines for the world-famous, family-friendly Orlando resort to eventually open for business after shutting down last month due to COVID-19, announcing the park would only run at 50-percent capacity with strict social distancing rules, ABC-TV reported.

The restrictions will make Main Street USA a lot less crowded and keep Mickey and friends at arm’s length from kids.

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Among the changes: hand-sanitizer at park entrances, park workers will be temperature checked and wear face masks, guests will have to stand six feet apart including while standig in line, and there will be new “contactless delivery” protocols for room service at park hotels.

WDW News Today reported the details of the changes. Read them here.

Orange County Task Force Establishes Initial Guidelines for Walt Disney World Reopening (Guest Spacing, Wiping Vehicles, etc.), Mayor Believes June Reopening Realistic

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