All masks are no longer required at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Face coverings are now optional for all guests, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status, when indoors, outdoors, and even on Disney transportation like buses and monorails.
The park noted on its website that “Face coverings are optional for guests in both outdoor and indoor settings, as well as Disney transportation.” “Guests who have not been fully vaccinated should continue to wear face coverings in all indoor settings, including indoor attractions and theatres, as well as on enclosed transportation.”
The announcement comes after a federal court in Tampa overturned the government’s transportation mask regulation on Monday, causing airlines to abandon passenger face-covering requirements.
This week, Walt Disney World reintroduced its popular character meet-and-greets, in addition to removing the mask requirement. The improvements come as part of the park’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
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