If you thought that the latest CDC announcement that ALL events of 50 people or more should be cancelled or the continued rise of alarming coronavirus cases would keep more people at home…think again.
Despite the surge of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States, plenty of people still attended the final showing of the “Happily Ever After” fireworks show at Disney World’s Magic Kingdom over the weekend, sparking outrage from Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of the Walt Disney Company’s co-founder, Roy Disney.
The filmmaker and philanthropist was shocked to see photos of the Florida park so crowded on Sunday. “Are you f**king kidding me??” Disney wrote on Twitter in response to a report on the crowd size.
This big turnout would be the very last time Disney visitors would get to visit the parks before Disney’s closure of all parks until the foreseeable future.
Are you ******* kidding me?? https://t.co/I568XuhCpF— Abigail Disney (@abigaildisney) March 16, 2020
all day, Ms. Disney. I was retweeting these photos. I got cited as a Bot by @DisneyParks. All day crowds gathering, the Disneyland chiefs hugging, shaking hands, everyone high fiving— Dr. Christopher Gennari (@profgennari) March 16, 2020
for the last two days I thought I was insane b/c the DIS Blogs treated these crowds as normal
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