Disney waives the requirement for masks in order to allow guests to be vaccinated at parks

For guests who have been fully vaccinated, face coverings are optional indoors.

Disney waives the requirement for masks in order to allow guests to be vaccinated at parks

Disney has dropped most of its indoor mask requirements in Walt Disney World and Disneyland.

According to Disney World, and Disneyland's websites, fully vaccinated guests will no longer need to cover their faces in the parks' indoor and outdoor areas. No matter what vaccination status, guests will still need to wear masks indoors, such as on transportation shuttles, and in "in-health settings" like First Aid.


 

Disneyland does not require guests to present proof of vaccination. However, guests must "self-attest” that they are in compliance before being allowed to enter. The site of Disneyland states that California strongly recommends that guests receive either a negative Covid test or be fully vaccinated.

Disney World's website states that "We encourage people get vaccinated."


 

As the number of cases of the Delta variant grew in July 2021, all guests over 2 years old were required to wear masks indoors.

As well as the updated mask policies at Disney parks, there are other national mandates regarding lifting masks for fully vaccinated persons.

California let the indoor mask mandate that California requires for fully vaccinated persons to expire on Tuesday.

Coachella, Stagecoach lifted Covid precautions in April's festivals.


 

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