Guests go Maskless Indoors at Disneyland Resort as New Policy Begins

Just like at Walt Disney World, the policy at Disneyland Resort has changed starting today to allow fully vaccinated guests to go maskless indoors.

Some old signage remained in place, such as this A-frame in the parking structure.

At security, a sign said, “Unvaccinated guests must wear an approved face covering when indoors.”

Signs telling guests to wear masks have been removed from bathrooms and stores at Downtown Disney District.

The Lego Store still had a “please wear a mask” sign in their window, but the store was not yet open when we visited this morning. It’s also a third-party venue and may have different policies than Disney-run stores.

Guests Maskless Disneyland

Starbucks was open, and some guests were going without masks, though many still wore them.

Guests Maskless Disneyland

Signage had been removed from World of Disney.

Guests Maskless Disneyland

In Disney California Adventure, we rode Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue! and saw more guests going maskless.

Guests Maskless Disneyland

Unlike at Walt Disney World, Cast Members are still required to wear masks indoors.

Guests Maskless Disneyland

We saw more maskless guests in the queue for Soarin’.

Guests are still required to wear masks on transportation, such as the Monorail, and First Aid locations.

How do you feel about going maskless at Disneyland? Let us know in the comments.

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