Case of hepatitis A has been confirmed in food service worker at Walt Disney World dinner show, health officials said.
A worker at the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical
Revue at Fort Wilderness Campground contracted hepatitis A, according to officials
with the Florida Department of Health.
The case was reported on
January 24. The Health Department’s epidemiology staff in Orange County confirmed
the case in the lab. The department has been working with Disney World to
provide vaccines to staff members since last week. There is no information
whether guests were affected.
New rumors arose: Disney is up to something. The Walt Disney Company purchased 965 acres of land southeast of Celebration, property records show. It is unclear what Disney plans to do with the newly purchased land.
recently filed documents, the company has purchased the site of the BK Ranch
from Florida-based BFT Capital Corp. in Osceola County for $23 million. A deed
shows the sale was finalized last Thursday. The land Disney purchased is
located just southeast of Disney World, only 10 miles away, near Celebration, a
On June 5, Michael Kitchen, the President of Orlando-based US Thrill Rides officially announced at a press conference on International Drive that the world’s taller roller coaster, also known as the Polercoaster, is coming to I-Drive in 2016.