We tried wearing a gator as a face mask. It wasn’t comfortable.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — Disney officials are hard at work learning about potential guest behavior during their phased re-opening of the parks. Based on their observations, Disney has modified their face mask policy, banning the wearing of gators as face masks. This is news you will only read at Uncle Walt’s Insider.
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) shared the following:
Follow the bouncing virus
“During this phased re-opening, we released some test subjects that are known to be infected with Covid-19 into the parks. We put on various face masks to see how Covid-19 would travel. Using Magic Band technology and our own brand of Covid-19 tracing, we determined that gators just won’t work. Neither will bandanas, bananas, or gators wearing bandanas.
The policy has been updated and our Cast Members re-trained.”
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Cover photo: Not suitable to be worn at Walt Disney World. At least not as a mask. Photo [CC0] via Pixabay.