Under the new rules, which came into effect on Thursday, visitors to Disneyland in California and Disney World in Florida will no longer be required to wear a mask if they have updated their Govt-19 vaccine.
The mask is mandatory only for those who have not been vaccinated and for all visitors, regardless of vaccination status, especially in emergency or sensitive areas such as transport shuttles or hospitals, to see Mickey and his friends.
Prior to the outbreak, Disney World (Florida) in Orlando was the largest leisure park in the world, followed by Disneyland in Anaheim, south of Los Angeles.
Health instructions, especially when it comes to wearing different masks, differ in the two states where California has the strictest strategy. But the state of California softened its position this week, allowing it to renovate Anaheim’s Disney parks, due to a very sharp decline in pollution numbers.
Disney parks in the United States closed their doors in March 2020 in the face of a runaway epidemic.
If Disney World were to resume operations in July 2020, Disneyland would have waited until May 2021 after 415 days of closure. At the time, access was restricted to residents of California and it was mandatory to wear a mask in all situations.
Universal Studios, Disneyland’s main rival, was forced to wear a mask in closed spaces on Thursday in Hollywood. The park is actually located in Los Angeles County, where health officials maintain stricter rules than those enacted at the state level.
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