Disneyland Resort has been reopened to guests for only a few months, but there have been quite a few changes since.
And, Disney is gearing up for even more changes in the parks as they reopen to out-of-state guests tomorrow, June 15th. But, that won’t be the only big update for the day — Disneyland has announced a new face mask policy for the parks.
According to Disneyland’s website, face masks will no longer be required for those who are fully vaccinated when indoors or outdoors at the resort beginning June 15th. However, those who are not vaccinated will still be required to wear masks when indoors and not dining.
Disney will not be requiring proof of vaccination for park guests, but they will require that guests “self-attest” that they are vaccinated prior to entering the parks. Here, they will also confirm that they understand that the State of California is recommending that guests be fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test prior to coming to the parks.
And, while guests who are fully vaccinated can forego face masks in the parks, they will still be required to wear them on bus transportation between the Toy Story parking lot and the parks when the lot reopens on June 18th.
This is a very similar policy to the one that Disney World will be implemented in the parks on June 15th as well. Of course, we will continue to keep an eye out for more information and share how the new policy is being implemented in Disneyland. Be sure to stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!
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