Walt Disney World resorts’ reservation system is now taking reservations for July, and waiving imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in for reservations with arrivals through June 30.

This news does not set a re-opening date for Walt Disney World; the resort is currently closed until further notice because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

This comes after Disney announced that the Disney Springs shopping area would reopen on May 20, with plenty of health safety protocols in place. And Shanghai Disneyland opened this week, with protocols like mandatory face masks and temperature checks, specific-date tickets, eliminating character-guest interactions, QR phone codes and the park at just 30 percent capacity, after closing on Jan. 25. That’s a three-and-a-half-month closure. But reports showed visitors in masks streaming into the China’s most prominent theme park in orderly, spaced-out groups in a new step toward rolling back anti-coronavirus controls.

Disney’s Orlando parks closed on March 15, so as a point of reference, a three-and-a-half month closure would correspond to a re-opening on July 1 or around the Fourth of July weekend. The Walt Disney World website showed reservations are already coming in for resorts like Disney’s Pop Century and All-Star Movie Resort. June dates are listed as “unavailable for the dates.”

An update from Walt Disney World said that those with existing travel dates can adjust their reservation because of the closures or make a new one for dates starting beyond July 1. Reservations through the end of May have already been canceled.