NEWS: Masks No Longer Required on Any Disney World Transportation

As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change and develop, AllEars will be bringing you the latest relevant news that could affect a theme park visit.

Disney World’s mask policy has changed several times within the last year as COVID continues to affect the world.

Disney Monorail in EPCOT

Although face coverings are now optional for fully vaccinated guests in Disney World, they have still been required to be worn on most Disney transportation methods (besides the Skyliner). This policy is now getting another update, which could impact your upcoming vacation.

Up until today, masks have been required to be worn by all guests on Disney buses and the Monorail. This is changing, and masks are now optional for fully vaccinated guests on all Disney World transportation. (Note that Disney previously changed their policy to make face masks optional on the Skyliner as well.)


That means that if you’re fully vaccinated, you will no longer be required to wear a mask anywhere in Disney World (except at First Aid stations). You can still choose to wear a mask if you prefer, or you can go without. Disney recommends that guests who are not fully vaccinated wear face coverings in all indoor locations.

Disney World bus

There’s always the possibility that this could change in the future, so stay tuned to AllEars for more Disney World news and updates!

Face masks are now optional on airplanes, too!

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