Mask Signs

PHOTOS: Signs Enforcing Photos with Masks On Removed from The Magic Kingdom as Policy Changes

Guests who have visited Walt Disney World Resort recently should be familiar with signs enforcing the mask mandate, even when taking photos. Two days ago, we reported that Walt Disney World would relax their COVID-19 mask mandate by allowing guests to take mask-less outdoor photos starting April 8. On our visit to Magic Kingdom park this morning we noticed more possible proof of these mandates beginning to be relaxed.

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Signs which formerly informed guests to keep their masks on, even for photographs, re now missing from trash cans in front of Cinderella Castle.

Mask Signs

An updated version of the mask sign could still appear in the coming days, reflecting the new policies.

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Signs reminding guests to social distance remain in the area.

Mask signs

The signs reminded guests that masks must be worn at all times including for photos. Here’s one for reference:

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Prince Naveen
Prince Naveen
14 days ago

You bet Disney will be slapping new signs on those cans, reminding Guests to keep their face diapers on.

beautiful gorgeous
14 days ago

When will the masks drop on the rides? The memory maker pictures aren’t the same with masks. The plexiglass on Frozen Ever After is terrible for memory maker. There’s a black line across our eyes from the border of the plexiglass.

Tom Corless
Admin
13 days ago

Considering that’s where people are th closest to each other, that’s probably last.

Line Waiter
Line Waiter
13 days ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Given that the CDC is now saying 3ft is okay for distancing in classrooms, is there any consideration about changing the distance markers at Disney? Those 6ft markers create such crazy long lines.