I keep making the same post again and again
Travelling internationally being super common, ubiquitous flights, a huge portion of consumer spending going to leisure (entertainment, travel, eating out), these were all characteristics of the world economy up to 2019. All of these are going to be severely impacted if a global pandemic exists, regardless of policy, and a lot of these have cascading effects. A world without a vaccine or treatment (don’t forget about treatments, they might be enough!) is not going to be the world as it were on 2019.
Disney has a lot of money, a lot of income sources and can cut pretty much anything that is not profitable. It will survive this.
All that being said, I am not that afraid of the what-if-we-never-solve-corona scenario. 7 months in and we know much more and are much better at treating it. There are hundreds of studies going on, many of them promising. The research on how much masks help is overwhelming. The world not returning to the same state as it were in 2019 doesn’t mean the world being a worse place, it can just mean different.