Last night, Disney World paid special tribute to medical care workers who have been on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom was illuminated in bright blue as security cast members held signs that simply said, “Thank You.”
“We are uniting across the globe with a message of thanks and appreciation to celebrate the brave healthcare providers who are helping so many,” Disney said.
Other Disney parks around the world also took part. The Enchanted Storybook Castle at Shanghai Disneyland Resort was illuminated with the word’s “thank you” in different languages.
At Disneyland in California, custodial cast members created a floral message of gratitude.
April 7th is World Health Day – a day traditionally honored by celebrating nurses, doctors and healthcare teams who work tirelessly to keep us all healthy. This year, these professionals are the front line of defense in a global COVID-19 pandemic, providing much needed care in hospitals around the world.
Disney Parks across the globe shared messages of thanks and appreciation to celebrate the brave healthcare providers who are helping so many. Disney Parks messages of Thank You
A thank you from Castaway Cay in colored seashells.
Disney closed its U.S. theme parks in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic. The parks will remain closed “until further notice,” Disney said.
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