Iger Floats Temperature Checks at Disney Parks, But Wall Street Sees Two Years Before Normalcy Returns

Published on Apr 08, 2020

Iger Floats Temperature Checks at Disney Parks, But Wall Street Sees Two Years Before Normalcy Returns

As the Walt Disney Co. looks beyond the current coronavirus crisis and to a point where its worldwide theme parks and resorts may re-open, Disney executive chairman Bob Iger has floated the possibility of taking visitors’ temperatures . Still, Wells Fargo separately downgraded Disney’s stock on Tuesday, with analysts there noting that attendance at the parks “could take 24 months to normalize.”

“One of the things that we’re discussing already is that in order to return to some semblance of normal, people will have to feel comfortable that they’re safe,” Iger said in an interview with Barron’s. “Some

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Author: Elaine Low and J. Kim Murphy