Walt Disney World has started to adopt new health and safety guidelines for all of its parks and resorts.

The end of temperature screenings for both Cast Members and guests on May 8 and May 16, respectively was announced earlier.

The resort will now be reducing their social distancing requirements “for guests across many areas with a gradual phased approach”.

At the moment, all guests are required to stay socially distanced by at least six feet to other guests, not within their group.

On the Walt Disney World website, an update reveals that “six-foot distancing measures will continue in all dining locations, merchandise stores and in areas where guests can temporarily remove their masks”.

The physical distancing measures may include signage and ground markings, physical barriers, limited party sizes only, and cashless payment recommendations for parking.

Disney is still enforcing their strict “enhanced cleaning and housekeeping” throughout the resort.

Face coverings are still required for all guests ages 2 and up and Cast Members and all guests must make a reservation before entering the resort.

More experience update details can be found on the Walt Disney World website.