Florida's Phase 1 is officially in full swing today, but the beloved theme parks have been some of the slowest to release updates as to when you can return to some of your favorite haunts. There's much to consider, and Disney World Orlando's reopening is on a slow but steady track to keep both their employees and guests safe with added measures. Following the Shanghai Disney example, additions such as mask requirements, glass dividers, and temperature checks are some of the things you can anticipate when The Happiest Place on Earth finally does reopen.\nUNITE HERE president Eric Clinton told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview, “What you see there is a lot of what you'll see here.”\nThe regulations also include distanced ride queues, reduced park capacity and hours, as well as anticipated mandatory masks for all, temperature checks for guests, and plexiglass dividers at registers — some of these changes will also be put in place at reopened Florida casinos.\nThe partial reopening of Disney Springs this week is the beginning of Disney’s phased approach to fully opening its doors again. Beginning Wednesday, May 20, their third-party stores and restaurants will open.\nView this post on Instagram We’re pleased to announce that @disneysprings at Walt Disney World Resort will begin a phased reopening on May 20. Read more on the blog now (link in bio). A post shared by Disney Parks Blog (@disneyparksblog) on May 7, 2020 at 2:29pm PDT\n“Phase 2” will start about a week later, with retail shops like the World of Disney Store and Disney's eateries opening their doors to visitors.\nGuests can expect to be swiping their own payment cards, and custodians will even be retrained to manage sanitization in high-touch areas. Employees will be required to self-assess at home for symptoms with thermometers provided by Disney.\nView this post on Instagram “There’s a great big beautiful tomorrow and tomorrow is just a dream away.” From our sunrise to yours, good morning and have a magical Monday! ✨#DisneyMagicMoments A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Mar 30, 2020 at 4:06am PDT\nDisney CEO Bob Chapek also told The Hollywood Reporter that he was unsure when domestic parks would fully reopen, but that it would rely on state and local restrictions being waived.\nWith Governor DeSantis' Phase 1 fully implemented today, theme parks can now submit their plans for reopening to the state for consideration.\nWhile Disney's resorts are still closed for the time being, guests are able to make future reservations for the month of July and after now.\nView this post on Instagram We are uniting around the globe in a message of thanks and appreciation to celebrate the health heroes who are helping so many. 💙 Cinderella Castle shines blue, as a beacon of hope and gratitude. #ThanksHealthHeroes #DisneyMagicMoments ✨ A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Apr 7, 2020 at 6:29am PDT\nYou'll have to wait just a bit longer while parks work to make sure everything can be done safely to return to your favorite stomping grounds once again.