Disney said that it recognises  the "impact" of the Supreme Court's decision and "remain committed to  providing comprehensive access to quality and affordable care" for all  employees and their families.

Several US companies, including Disney, Netflix, Paramount, Comcast,  Sony and Meta, said they would help their employees if they had to  travel out of state for abortion services after the US Supreme Court  overturned

Disney reached out to employees to stress that it recognises the  “impact” of the Supreme Court’s decision and “remain committed to  providing comprehensive access to quality and affordable care” for all  employees and their families

which includes family planning and reproductive care, “no matter where they live”, an internal source told ‘Variety’.

For Disney employees unable to access a medical service, including  abortions, in one location, they have a travel benefit that allows for  “affordable coverage for receiving similar levels of care in another  location”.

A Netflix spokesperson told ‘Variety’ that the streaming service does  offer travel reimbursement coverage for full-time US employees and their  dependents who need to travel for cancer treatment

transplants, gender-affirming care, or abortion — through our US health  plans. This is a $ 10,000-lifetime allowance per employee and/or their  dependents per service.”

In light of the Supreme Court decision, Warner Bros. Discovery has  expanded its “healthcare benefits options to cover transportation  expenses for employees and their covered family members

who need to travel to access abortion and reproductive care,” a spokesperson said in a statement obtained by ‘Variety’.

‘Variety’ has confirmed that Comcast has a travel benefit that covers  Comcast and NBCUniversal employees’ medical services and procedures that  aren’t available near an employee’s home.”