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Old 20 Oct 20, 06:30 AM  
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Disney has allowed cast members to return to work after only 5 days of testing positive (instead off 14).it has been widely talked about...I guess they are not that good!
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I've read several times on FB that a lot of cast members have tested positive, this is from cms themselves. It's not something that Disney bigwigs would say as it would people off going there.
And is there evidence they caught it at work? Of course if they did that would be an argument for the stricter measures to continue surely?
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Old 21 Oct 20, 07:57 PM  
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I really don't understand why people take such offense to wearing a piece of fabric.

I struggle wearing them, but have always struggled with anything covering my mouth and nose since I was an infant (when we were in Lapland I didn't wear a face covering even though it was really cold (-20 degrees celcius) and the Fins though I was mad). Saying that, I will not leave the house without my mask.

Whilst I would be exempt from wearing one for medical reasons, I still wear one. This is not just for my health, but those around me, loved ones and strangers. I feel an element of discomfort is the least I can do if it helps saves lives.

I don't think the restrictions in the UK are stringent enough. Considering the sheer volume of cases both here and the east coast of the US, I think Disney are being responsible for being strict.

In regards to photographs, you can still see genuine smiles even with a mask as your whole faces lights up.
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I agree masks should be worn inside however my own opinion is I don't think you should have to wear masks full time outside in the open air.
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Been honest with the uk we had over 800000+ positive cases with 44000+ deaths but Florida had 748000+ Positive cases with just 16000+ deaths so think theses rules are working better in Florida currently. I watched Orlando Vlogs and most guests are wearing a mask 99% of the time while keeping there distance but you only got to see some of the uk vlogs and so many guests not wearing a mask and standing next to the person in front.
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