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  • On Nov 2, 2008
    Jessica from TX Asked

    I am visiting WDW at the beginning of June. I was wondering if there are a lot of bees and stinging insects in FL??  My mother is allergic to stinging bugs and I was wondering if the First Aid stations have stuff to help her if she is stung?? Tx!

    Jessica,

    The First Aid stations would be prepared to help your mother should she be stung by a bee.  There is also a rescue squad if she has any serious problems.  They can be reached by any phone within WDW.  In case of an emergency, you can run into any retail store or tell any cast member that you need an ambulance and help will be on its way extremely quickly. 

    I have been to the parks many times and have never noticed any significant bee activity.  You may want to tell your mom to speak with her doctors to see if there are any other precautious that they would recommend.

    Its great that you are going to WDW with your mom.  I'm sure you will be able to create some wonderful memories.  Have a great trip.
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