ANAHEIM (CBSA) – Starting Thursday, vaccinated Disneyland and Disney California Adventure guests will be able to remove their face coverings.
Under the theme park’s revised visitor guidelines, starting Thursday, masks will only be required for unvaccinated visitors ages 2 and older in indoor locations.
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“Face coverings are required for all Guests, regardless of vaccination status, in certain indoor settings, including Disney shuttles and in healthcare facilities, such as first aid,” according to revised guidelines posted on the theme park website. “Face coverings are optional for customers in outdoor spaces.”
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Park officials noted that for unvaccinated people still required to wear masks, “neck warmers, open chin bandanas, triangular bandanas, and face coverings containing valves, mesh, or holes in any kind are not acceptable face coverings”.
On Wednesday, the state of California will lift its indoor COVID-19 mask-wearing requirement for those vaccinated.
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