Here’s everything you should know before heading to Walt Disney World’s phased reopening

Spoiler alert: There will be no firework shows or parades

ORLANDO, Fla. – If you’re planning on returning to the happiest place on Earth during its phased reopening, you’ll want to study up on the new procedures put into place.

The park will not be the same as when you last visited.

From enhanced cleaning and masks to social distancing and ticket reservations, the park has gone through a lot in the past four months.

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But we’re here to help you before you don your Mickey ears -- and mask. Speaking of masks, they’re required to enter the park.

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To be more specific, all guests 2 years of age and older, along with cast members, will be required to wear an appropriate face covering while visiting the parks.

Officials with the theme park confirmed Wednesday that some popular face-covering types like neck gaiters -- a type of covering that does not have loops that secure the mask to the face via ear loops or straps -- will not be an acceptable form of a face mask to gain entry into the park.