It's the first zebra born at Walt Disney World this year.
Signs around Walt Disney World property are being revamped, featuring a new blue and gold look.
Alex works in Magic Kingdom and is loved by his fellow cast members. His team honored him with a flag ceremony on Saturday, National Armed Forces Day.
Guests are still expected to bring a face covering with them for their visit.
On Friday, the theme parks updated their face covering policies, easing COVID-19 pandemic rules.
Face coverings for guests at Universal Orlando will no longer be required when outdoors beginning on Saturday. Masks will still be required when indoors.
Both Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort are making masks optional when guests are outdoors. This only applies to fully-vaccinated guests. The announcements come a day after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased mask requirements.
Face coverings for guests at Walt Disney World Resort will no longer be required when outdoors beginning on Saturday, and similar to an announcement made earlier Friday by Universal Orlando, masks will still be required when indoors and in ride queues.
Disney's second-quarter revenue dropped as the pandemic continued to weigh on its theme parks. However, CEO Bob Chapek said signs of recovery can be seen across the company and capacity will continue to expand at Walt Disney World.
SeaWorld said that Chessie came to them for rehabilitation after he was found floating abnormally. It appeared that he was emaciated and had pneumonia.
Face masks are still required for guests 2 and older.
There are full-time, part-time, seasonal, and professional career opportunities across the entire resort.
"Disney After Hours BOO BASH" will take place on select nights, Aug. 10 – Oct. 31 at the Magic Kingdom. T
The two companies are partnering up to build a new emergency room and provide other health services.
Universal Orlando and Disney World have announced similar changes.
Universal Orlando Resort is now hiring more than 100 experienced Customer Service representatives for its in-house Call Center team.
If your weekend plans include heading to Busch Gardens, you might notice the temperature check signs and tents are gone.
Universal and Walt Disney World both say they are implementing these changes because of the evolving guidance from the CDC.
Walt Disney World Resort on Wednesday announced that it will phase out onsite temperature screenings for employees beginning May 8 and for guests on May 16.
Universal Orlando Resort will be eliminating temperature screenings for park guests and employees and relax social distancing rules beginning May 6.