PHOTOS: Masks Once Again Required Indoors Starting Today at Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World recently announced that as of today, July 30, masks would once again be required to be worn indoors regardless of vaccination status. This brings the resort in alignment with the recommendations from Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the wake of rising COVID-19 infections in the county.
Signs reminding guests to use face coverings indoors can be found across Walt Disney World. The signs are less prominent and numerous than in the past however. Where once mask reminder signs were displayed on doorways, inside shops, on the sides of trash cans and A-frame sandwich boards strewn around the walkways, now they are inconsistently displayed on doors, and rarely elsewhere.
Signs can be found on the doorways entering many of the Main Street, USA shops and restaurant including Casey’s Corner, seen here.
The Plaza Ice Cream Parlor also has signage in place.
As well as Crystal Arts.
The Emporium, however, is inconsistent. While the center doors have signs displayed…
… the main doors close to the entrance of Main Street, USA do not have face mask reminder signs.
The signs can be found elsewhere across property, like here at the entrance to Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Unlike the theme parks, here an A-frame sandwich board accompanies the door-hung sign.
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