Recently, we shared an update on face mask guidelines for Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood. Since then, Disney’s face covering requirements have changed for both Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
Face coverings are now required for all guests that are 2 years of age and up while indoors. This includes being on Disney buses, the monorail, and on the Disney Skyliner, regardless of a guest’s vaccination status. Face coverings also need to be worn when you’re entering into and going through all attractions while in the parks.
Facial coverings aren’t required in outdoor areas or on pool decks, for those of you staying at any of the resorts.
Disney also said that based on guidance from health authorities, that the following types of facial coverings aren’t acceptable:
- Neck gaiters
- Open-chin, triangle bandannas
- Face coverings that have valves, holes of any kind, or mesh material
This change to the face covering guidelines comes after a change to the CDC’s own guidance.
And Disney continues to encourage people to get vaccinated as shared on their reopening and update page.
To check out Disney’s latest face covering guidelines, you can see them here.