A quick look at the balance sheet tells me they finished FY2019 with over $5 billion cash on hand, which is enough to meet pretty much all your liquidity needs unless, you know, a once in a century event forces closure of all theaters, broadway, and theme parks for months on end and destroy people's desire to go out and spend money. Comcast finished 2019 with $5.5B on hand, and Netflix $5B, Let's not even compare to the bankrupt Sea World, or the eternally out of money Six Flags. Fact of the matter is that you need a lot less people to service visitors who aren't there, and if you don't control costs, Disney really will be destroyed. Disney has a ton of positive cash flow, ever heard of Disney World and the Marvel Cinematic Universe? It pays out billions to dividend holders, of which the largest institutional holders are various retirement entities both individual and funds held by things like Teachers Unions, even after investing almost $5B in capital improvements.
Disney has plenty to weather the storm with over $17B in cash on hand now, and was forward looking in creating Disney+ which has been gangbusters. Even if parks stayed closed forever and it never made another film for wide release, Disney+ would mint money. Now, you yourself, have you been a grasshopper or ant through the previous good times? Did you keep cash on hand for possible bad weather coming? Or did you rent too much apartment, buy too much car, and buy things like iPhones so that you don't have the funds to sustain yourself through a pandemic if you lost your job?