After the recent permits in Walt Disney World Co.., Financial Times reports estimated that the entertainment giant is saving $500 million a month across all of its theme parks.

By Miami Diario Newsroom

Disney World has been paying its theme park employees 77.000 employees – since closing the park gates in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic. The company began giving leaves of absence on April 19.

However, the company still losing money even with permissions, but how much?

Some estimate the loss to be between $20 million and $30 million a day, however the extent of the financial loss won't really be known until Disney releases specific figures.

The research firm MoffettNathanson published a detailed report that estimated that theme parks would lose about 3.400 million if they remained closed until mid-April, which has now passed.

Walt Disney World's closure marks the seventh and longest time the theme park has been closed during its 48 years of operation.

Once the Disney theme parks reopen after the coronavirus outbreak subsides, new safety measures may be put in place to prevent guests from getting sick or spreading the disease. COVID-19 contamination.

Disney officials said that upon entering the parks, guests will have their temperatures taken at the security checkpoint.

Iger discussed the new normal for amusement parks in an interview with Barron's Magazine.

He said temperature checks are one way to meet health standards and make visitors feel safe.

Source: Click orlando

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