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Disney takes down 'Do Not Disturb' signs

Some of Disney's hotels are getting rid of "Do Not Disturb" signs so that staffers can check up on the rooms.

Walt Disney World has swapped "Do Not Disturb" signs with "Room Occupied" signs at a handful of its hotels in Orlando, Florida, according to a company spokeswoman.

Disney is also allowing housekeeping and maintenance staff to enter the rooms on a daily basis. They will knock and announce their presence before entering, according to the company.

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