This week, COVID-19 safety measures have been relaxed at Disneyland Resort, and we’re now starting to see how things look in this return to normalcy.
At the Mickey & Friends parking structure, temperature check stations have been removed. Guests were no longer required to be screened as of Tuesday, June 15th.
Approaching the metal detectors, physical distancing markers have been pulled up, allowing guests to queue as they did before the pandemic.
There are also no markers leading up to the tram.
Fully vaccinated guests are no longer required to wear face coverings, and we saw many taking advantage of the rule change.
Markers have also been removed outside the entrance to Disneyland, though they left impressions on the pavement.
You can still see the outlines even over the commemorative pavers.
Without distancing requirements, guests lined up close together by the gates.
Across the esplanade, we could see guests doing the same thing at the entrance to Disney California Adventure.
These outlines are one of the few remaining reminders of one of the strangest periods in Disneyland Resort history.