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Disneyland eased mask bans after welcoming visitors from a one-year closure in April.
On Tuesday, Disneyland and California Adventure announced that fully vaccinated park visitors will no longer have to wear a mask indoors or outdoors. The decision, that is announced on the resort’s website, comes the same day that California lifts all state COVID-19 eligibility and social exclusion limits. Disneyland will also welcome out-of-state visitors after first opening exclusively to California residents.
As per the new instructions, face masks are still required inside for all guests over the age of two who have not been fully vaccinated, unless eating.
Disneyland said in a statement, “While guests are not required to present proof of vaccination, vaccinated guests must certify that they have complied prior to entry.”
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Despite the simplified mask orders, all visitors – vaccinated or not – will have to wear a mask while using the park’s bus transportation when it opens on June 18th.
Disneyland and California Adventure also officially opened on April 30 after being closed for more than a year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“The day we’ve all been waiting for is almost here,” Ken Potrock, president of Disneyland Resort, said in a statement at the time. “We are delighted to have over 10,000 cast members back at work as we prepare to welcome our guests back to this happy place.”
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Agreed to Disney Parks Blog, both Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure have implemented numerous operational changes to ensure the safety and health of visitors, including park entry reservations.
More information about how they plan to implement these measures is available on the Disneyland website.