State of Florida will begin providing COVID-19 testing at Disney's Maingate office complex near to Disney's Animal Kingdom

Aug 12, 2020 in "The Walt Disney Company"

The State of Florida will open a new testing site in Osceola County at Disney's Maingate office complex near to Disney's Animal Kingdom.

Testing will begin on August 14 from 7am to 4pm, serving Disney Cast Members and their families, along with members of the public. Cast Members can register for a test at, and the public can register at

The test for those with or without symptoms, is self-administered with a nasal swab from inside your car, and results are delivered in 3-5 business days.

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Article Posted: Aug 12, 2020 / 4:41pm ET

PolkadotdressAug 15, 2020

Central Floridian here! When you donate via One Blood, the antibody test results are sent to you in 48 hours. And yes, mine was negative!

Archie123Aug 15, 2020

Iβ€˜ll just assume this was a joke post or written after consuming copious amounts of alcohol.

LilofanAug 14, 2020

I can't agree with your fantasy world reality.

MisterPenguinAug 14, 2020

Make sure you bring your towel.

lazyboy97oAug 14, 2020

You can. We need to focus on real issues like teenagers being asked to step a few feet away from their parents at Walt Disney World.

ThatMouseAug 14, 2020

I'm still scratching my head. Do performers get the test and then wait a week before going on stage?

wm49rsAug 14, 2020

Those who are actually sick must really burn you up then....

nickysAug 14, 2020

So you’re saying the virus will go away if we just stop worrying about it? :cautious:

marni1971Aug 14, 2020

Brilliant but also tragic πŸ˜‚

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ninjaprincesstAug 14, 2020

Just what we dont need more testing. People need to stop getting tested so this stupidity can end. I am so sick of idiots running and getting tested.

NunuAug 13, 2020

Thank you. :)

mgfAug 13, 2020

Getting a test is "easy". Getting a result is hard - impractically so.

WDW ProAug 13, 2020

I agree with you in regards to WDW and their testing.