Disney World has added various signage around the parks and resorts reminding guests of their face mask policies. One of those guidelines has been to keep masks on at all times, including when taking photos.
We spotted new face mask stickers today in EPCOT which remind guests about their “maskless photo” policy right as they’re about to take the photo!
Over by some of the Flower and Garden Festival topiaries, we noticed a new sticker located on the ground that includes Disney World’s face mask policy regarding photos.
The sticker reads, “Wear a mask while taking photos” and also includes an image reminding guests to make sure their face masks are covering their nose and mouth.
As a reminder, Disney World’s current face mask policy states that all guests above the age of 2 must wear a face mask at all times, except when stationary and actively eating or drinking. We’ll continue to check on Disney World’s health and safety guidelines so you’re equipped with the most up-to-date information ahead of your next vacation!
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