Masks Will Still Be Required at Disneyland After State Restrictions are Lifted
On June 15th, nearly all restrictions will be lifted in California. The state will no longer require social distancing and will allow full capacity for businesses when the state reopens on June 15.
However, masks will still be required in some settings. In outdoor events with more than 10,000 people, attendees will need to provide proof of vaccination or have a negative Covid test. If a person can not provide either of those, they will be required to wear a mask.
So what does this mean for Disneyland? Masks will still be required for everyone whether they are vaccinated or not.
As of right now, the State of California strongly recommends that all Guests be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks at Disneyland.
CAPA executive director Sabrina Demayo Lockhart had this to say about the changes, “The latest state guidance gives amusement parks a path to get more people back to work and provides visitors more options for safe family fun this summer.”
She continued, “The safety of amusement park guests and our staff remain a top priority. As the state economy reopens, amusement parks will update their own safe and responsible plans for operation based on state and local guidelines.“
Stay tuned as we continue to follow these ever-changing health guidelines.
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