Tokyo Disney Resort to Relax Mask Mandates Next Week
COVID-19 changed a lot for Disney Parks worldwide, introducing new health and safety guidelines that have changed and evolved since 2020.
In the U.S., masks are optional in both Disney World and Disneyland, although policies have been different in locations such as Shanghai Disney and Hong Kong Disneyland. And now, things are changing at another international Disney Resort.
Tokyo Disney Resort Mask Policy
With Japan downgrading the country’s COVID-19 legal status to share the same category of common infectious diseases, things are changing at Tokyo Disney Resort.
As of May 8th, the government of Japan will ease COVID-19 guidelines, allowing citizens to individually decide whether to wear a mask.
At Tokyo Disney Resort, masks will become optional as of March 13th, 2023. According to Disney, the mask policy will be as follows:
- Guests are requested to make the decision as to whether or not they will wear a mask at the Park (optional for all guests, including children who have not yet entered elementary school).
- Wearing masks at the Parks will be up to the decision of individual guests, but there may be cases when guests will be requested to wear a mask due to reasons associated with preventing infections, operational purposes, etc.
- Please follow the instructions of the Cast Members during photo shoots for Disney Character Greetings, regardless of whether the venue is indoors or outdoors.
Before you visit Tokyo Disney Resort, make sure you review the health and safety guidelines.
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