CEO Says, Disney Parks In America Will ‘likely’ Require Face Masks After Reopening

In a CNBC interview, Disney CEO Bob Chapek weighed in on how people are going to have to adapt to coronavirus safety precautions when the American theme parks will reopen.

One major change the CEO expects is the requirement for guests and cast members to wear face masks along with social distancing.

In Shanghai Disneyland, which reopened Monday, Disney is limiting visitor numbers, requiring masks and checking for the virus’ telltale fever.