Beginning June 15, fully vaccinated individuals will no longer be required to wear any face covering outdoors or indoors at the Disneyland Resort!
On Monday morning, Disneyland updated its official website stating the following points:
- Face masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated Guests both indoors and outdoors. All Guests ages 2 and up who are not fully vaccinated are expected to wear a face mask.
- Even though Guests are not required to show proof of vaccination, they will have to attest that they are in compliance prior to entry.
- Face coverings will still be required for all Guests when taking Disney transportation, such as the buses to and from the Toy Story parking lot.
This news comes only days after the Walt Disney World Resort updated its face mask policy, following the same measures for vaccinated individuals.
Universal Studios Florida also updated their face masks safety measures to Disney’s, but Universal Studios Hollywood is yet to update theirs.
Guests visiting the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, are still experiencing the magic offered at the Happiest Place on Earth despite new health and safety measures in effect at the Resort. One of these is the required wearing of face masks while on the property, but there’s something about experiencing a Disney Park without a face covering.
Beginning June 15th, out-of-state visitors can once again visit the Disneyland Resort. Sharing that momentous day will be the new mask policy update.
If you’re vaccinated, you can ride Space Mountain or walk through Tomorrowland without a face covering. You no longer need to wear a mask in Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventure Park if you’re fully vaccinated.
Mickey’s Toontown and the Downtown Disney District will feel a whole lot more magical without wearing a face mask. Guests can once again pose in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle in Fantasyland without a face covering, or if you’re experiencing some outdoor dining in Frontierland, you’ll no longer need to pop on a mask once you’re done eating!
Beginning June 15th, the color-coordinated tier system in effect in the Los Angeles and Orange County, California area for reopening the state is going away, as well as the physical distancing equipment (i.e., ground markings) placed around the resort.
Many have waited for this news to come, as some normality is returning to this famous Disney theme park in Southern California.
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