BREAKING: Fully Vaccinated Guests Not Required to Wear Face Coverings at Disneyland Starting Tomorrow

Beginning June 15, fully vaccinated Disneyland guests will no longer be required to wear a mask indoors or outdoors. This policy goes into place the day that the state of California is adopting the CDC’s updated guidelines stating those who have been vaccinated do not need to wear masks or practice physical distancing.

Guests ages 2 and up who are not vaccinated are still required to wear face coverings indoors, except when dining. This does seem to imply they may not be required to wear masks outdoors, but this has not been confirmed.

Vaccinated guests are not required to show proof of vaccination status, but must self-attest they are in compliance before entry. All guests must attest they are aware of California’s recommendation that guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID-19 test prior to making a theme park reservation.

All guests, regardless of vaccination status, will be required to wear masks on bus transportation from the Toy Story parking lot which reopens June 18.

This updated policy is similar to that of Walt Disney World, which began allowing guests to go maskless outdoors in mid-May and will allow fully vaccinated guests to go maskless indoors tomorrow.

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