The Disneyland Resort has updated its health and safety protocols as the state of California returns to its new normal. A new announcement was posted on the Disneyland Resort website stating that starting on June 15th, face coverings will no longer be mandated for fully vaccinated guests at the Disneyland Resort. It also appears that the policy now allows all guests to not wear face coverings while outdoors.
Guests will not be required to show their proof of vaccination when visiting the Disneyland Resort. Guests will have to “attest that they are aware” of California’s recommendations for vaccination and COVID-19 tests ahead of visiting the Disneyland Resort parks when making reservations. This update will not be applicable to those who are not fully vaccinated. Guests riding aboard Disney transportation, like the Toy Story buses when they return, will be required to wear face coverings as well.
The new face-covering policy comes as guests from out of state will again be allowed at the Disneyland Resort parks. Since reopening, Disneyland Resort has continued to adapt to health guidelines from local, state, and national governmental officials. The same has happened at Walt Disney World Resort which also recently announced the same policy.
Here is the update from Disneyland:
Face Coverings for Guests
Starting June 15, face coverings will no longer be required for fully vaccinated Guests both indoors and outdoors. Guests (ages 2 and up) who are not fully vaccinated must continue wearing face coverings indoors, except when dining.
While Guests will not be required to show proof of vaccination, vaccinated Guests will self-attest that they are in compliance prior to entry. In addition, all Guests will need to attest that they are aware of the State of California’s strong recommendation that guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks when making their Disneyland Resort theme park reservations.
When the Toy Story parking lot reopens on June 18, all Guests (ages 2 and up) regardless of vaccination status will be required to wear an appropriate face covering while on the bus transportation from the lot to the parks.
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