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Some Walt Disney World Employees Asked to Stay Home After They Returned from Italy

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Walt Disney World is taking precautions against the possible spread of the Coronavirus after a few of their employees returned home from a trip to Italy.

Currently Italy has over 300 confirmed cases of the virus.

WESH Channel 2 is reporting that Disney has asked the travelers to stay home:

“A spokesperson from Walt Disney World told WESH 2 News that a small number of individuals who work at Disney, but are not all Disney employees, have been asked to stay home due to coronavirus concerns.”

None of the individuals have tested positive for the disease and they aren’t showing symptoms. Disney indicated that they are doing this as “an abundance of caution” in the situation.

No cases have been reported around the Orlando area.

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Source: WESH

 


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