UPDATE: Walt Disney World No Longer Placing Digital Face Masks Over Maskless Guests in On-Ride Photos; Official Statement Issued

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UPDATE: Walt Disney World No Longer Placing Digital Face Masks Over Maskless Guests in On-Ride Photos; Official Statement Issued

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UPDATE: Walt Disney World No Longer Placing Digital Face Masks Over Maskless Guests in On-Ride Photos; Official Statement Issued

Walt Disney World is no longer placing digital face masks over maskless guests in on-ride photos. Just a short time after they started “enhancing” photos to add digital masks to unmasked guests, it seems the experiment is over. Disney has released an official statement regarding the change:

In response to guest requests, we tested modifying some ride photos. We are no longer doing this and continue to expect guests to wear face coverings except when actively eating or drinking while stationary.

Walt Disney World statement

The digital masks added some processing time to PhotoPass ride photos.

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Photo Credit: Tony Townsend on Facebook

The digital face mask enhancements were initially rolled out to Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin at the Magic Kingdom and aboard DINOSAUR in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Keep checking WDWNT for additional news regarding health and safety protocols at Walt Disney World.

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3 thoughts on “UPDATE: Walt Disney World No Longer Placing Digital Face Masks Over Maskless Guests in On-Ride Photos; Official Statement Issued”

  1. Good for them! Leave it up to the individual to decide whether they want to comply or not. Disney has done enough to prove health & safety protocols are met. No need to play mask police and take away even more magic from Guests.

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