Face Masks No Longer Required for Select Cast Members at Walt Disney World

Beginning today, Cast Members in select roles will not be required to wear face masks at Walt Disney World.

According to Disney, select Cast Members who are able to maintain at least 6ft of physical distancing from others and have outdoor roles will no longer be required to wear face masks. Roles such as horticulture, lifeguards on their guard stand, cavalcade float drivers, and parking attendants will be eligible for the new relaxed protocols.

Other outdoor Cast Member roles that take place before the theme parks open to guests may also be eligible.

Cast Members must keep a face covering with them at all times and put it on should they no longer be able to maintain 6ft of physical distancing from others.

ALL Cast Members and Guests will still be required to wear face masks indoors.

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  1. Im still trying to figure out that unvaccinated people have to wear a face mask but all these kids have no face masks on. We know they are not vaccinated because they havent been eligible. What the hell is going on.

  2. Florida law says you can’t treat vaccinated differently from unvaccinated, so the wearing of masks can’t be dependent on vaccination status. Other states vary.

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