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Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Table Service Restaurants Requiring Temperature Screenings

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Beginning today, Guests dining in table service restaurants at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel will need to have their temperature screened prior to entering the location. These temperature screenings will take place near the entrance of each table service restaurant at the resort hotels.

As with other Walt Disney World Resort locations that require temperature screenings prior to entering, should you have a temperature of 100.4 F or above you will be directed to a secondary screening. Following the second screening, those with temperatures 100.4 F or above will not be allowed entry. (Nor will their entire party be able to enter.)

The temperature screenings are being done to add an extra layer of precaution for those working and dining in these table service restaurants due to the fact that Guests are seated to dine for prolonged periods of time without wearing face coverings.

Those Guests who are unable to dine due to having a temperature will not be charged a cancellation fee.

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