Disney policies praised, but will visitors come?

SOME ELBOW ROOM: Visitors to Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., observe the park’s face mask requirements. Labor officials estimate that the Disney parks are only a third full. / ORLANDO SENTINEL VIA AP/JOE BURBANK
SOME ELBOW ROOM: Visitors to Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., observe the park’s face mask requirements. Labor officials estimate that the Disney parks are only a third full. / ORLANDO SENTINEL VIA AP/JOE BURBANK
ORLANDO, Fla. – Every week, it seems, Kaila Barker, her husband and their five children change their minds about whether to travel from their home in Connecticut to Florida’s Walt Disney World as planned in ­September. On the one hand, the lack of crowds means more opportunities to go on rides without long waits. On…

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