PHOTOS! New Signage at Disney World Outlines Updated Face Mask Policy

Yesterday, we reported that Disney World has once again updated their face mask policy. In addition to Disney’s previous face mask requirements, guests will not be allowed to wear masks that contain “valves, mesh material, or holes of any kind.”

New Chapel Face Masks

This updated policy first appeared on Disney’s website, and is now posted around the theme parks.

On the way into EPCOT today, we spotted new sandwich board signs stating this new face mask policy, specifying the restriction against masks with valves.

Updated face mask policy signage

The signage also reiterates Disney’s policy against neck gaiters and open-chin triangle bandanas, which were recently specified as types of face coverings not allowed in Disney World.

Updated face mask policy signage

In the weeks since the theme parks have reopened, Disney World has made a concerted effort to update and tighten their face mask policy to avoid any potential loopholes or abuse of their rules. Another recent update had to do with guests walking and eating. Guests must remain stationary while eating or drinking, and physically distanced from other guests.

Face Mask Sign

We will continue to closely monitor Disney World’s face mask policy and will provide updates as we learn more!

Heading to Disney World soon? Make sure you’re caught up on our top tips for wearing a face mask in the parks by clicking here!

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