Disneyland to Drop Mask Requirements for Fully Vaccinated Guests

According to VARIETY - Disneyland will no longer require fully vaccinated visitors to wear masks indoors or outdoors starting on Tuesday, said the Anaheim, Calif.-based theme park and resort, which has been engaged with a phased reopening since April 30.

The move comes in conjunction with the State of California’s eased COVID-19 regulations on June 15, in which all capacity limitations and physical distancing restrictions will be dropped for fully vaccinated individuals as the state reopens the economy.

Disneyland guests age 2 and up who are not fully vaccinated are still required to continue masking up indoors, except when they are eating. Visitors will not be required to provide proof that they are vaccinated, but are asked to self-attest that they have had their COVID-19 shots before entering the theme park.

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