New Disney park reservation system opens to single-day ticket holders

New Disney park reservation system opens to single-day ticket holders
The road to the entrance of Walt Disney World has few cars Monday, March 16, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. The Magic Kingdom, Epcot and Hollywood Studios were closed along with other theme parks around the state to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

BAY LAKE, Fla. — People with single-day tickets can now book reservations to visit Walt Disney World parks which are expected to open next month.

On Sunday, the resort opened its new Park Pass Reservation System to anyone with a single day ticket. Earlier this week, guests staying on property and those with annual passes were given access to reserve their spots.

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The new reservation system comes as COVID-19 numbers continue to spike, and some touring companies said are suspending trips to Florida indefinitely.

Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom reopen July 11, and Epcot and Hollywood Studios will follow on July 15.

Disney has rolled out new rules to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, including temperature checks, face coverings and social distancing. Additionally, guests can no longer hop between parks, and can only visit one park each day.

TUI, a travel agency based in the U.K., has announced that it is suspending “all holidays to Florida” through November.

“These changes would significantly impact the holiday experience for many TUI customers who plan their magical and often once-in-a-lifetime Florida holiday,” the company said.

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