Disneyland and Walt Disney World Will Stop Requiring Face Masks This Week


Discrew, we’ve got huge news from the Disney theme parks! Disneyland and Walt Disney World announced today that face masks will no longer be required indoors or outdoors for vaccinated guests.

Both the Disneyland website and Walt Disney World website now reflect this policy change, which states that as of February 17, the only place face masks will be required for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, is on Disney transportation (buses, Monorails, the Disney Skyliner, etc.).

Guests who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine are expected to continue wearing masks in all indoor and outdoor locations on Disney property in California and Florida, but there’s a catch. Neither Disneyland nor Walt Disney World is requiring proof of vaccination, so while unvaccinated guests are expected to wear masks, they are not being asked to prove their vaccination status. It’s all based on the honor system.

As we shared in our video on TikTok, Disney hardly gave any notice of this change, making vacation cancelations difficult for guests who are uncomfortable visiting the parks after this announcement.

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