For the first time since July 29, 2021, fully vaccinated guests are able to go maskless indoors at Walt Disney World. From attractions to shops to shows, fully vaccinated guests are able to ditch a face mask in indoor locations for the first time in over 200 days. The move comes as Orange County still sits in the red “high” tier, which is the highest level tier that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) uses to indicate the level of community transmission of COVID-19.
We made it out to Disney’s Hollywood Studios this morning to see how guests responded to the recent face mask policy change at Disney World.
At the entrance to the park, signage about mask requirements has been removed and only a standard COVID-19 disclaimer remains.
Here’s a look back at the mask requirement signage that has been removed overnight.
Some of the removed signage residue can be seen around the park from where the signage used to be installed.
Fully vaccinated guests are able to ride attractions without wearing a face covering.
Of course, masks are optional, which means that some guests are opting to continue to wear them indoors and around the park. The majority of guests didn’t wear a mask indoors this morning based on our observation.
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