UPDATE: California May Now Allow Fully Vaccinated Out-of-State Guests to Visit Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood

Out-of-state travelers craving California may soon be in luck. A series of policy changes indicate that California may soon allow out-of-state guests who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to visit Southern California’s many theme parks.

As noted by Twitter user Leslie Harvey, California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy was updated without fanfare on April 19th. An addendum to the document states that “fully vaccinated persons from out-of-state may visit or attend activities or events that are restricted to in-state visitors.”

Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood have not announced any changes to their ticket sale or attendance policy yet, but Sea World San Diego, which reopened on April 12th, is now allowing out-of-state guests who can provide proof of full vaccination.

Universal Studios Hollywood reopened on April 16th. Disneyland Resort is set to reopen on April 30th.

Follow DLNT for more updates on California’s tourism policies.