CDC No Longer Recommends Fully Vaccinated Individuals Wear Face Coverings Indoors in Orange County, Florida
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Florida now falls under the “moderate” tier of community transmission of COVID-19, the only state in the nation below the “substantial” and “high” tiers.
When it comes to individual counties, Orange County, Florida — home to Universal Orlando Resort and most of Walt Disney World Resort — is also in the “moderate” tier. Some of Walt Disney World Resort also resides in Osceola County, which currently falls under the “substantial” tier.
Current guidance on the CDC website states the following:
“Unvaccinated people in Orange County, Florida should wear a mask in public, indoor settings. Mask requirements might vary from place to place. Make sure you follow local laws, rules, regulations or guidance.”
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“Everyone in Osceola County, Florida should wear a mask in public, indoor settings. Mask requirements might vary from place to place. Make sure you follow local laws, rules, regulations or guidance.”
Currently, all guests are required to wear approved face coverings indoors at Walt Disney World Resort. Guests at Universal Orlando Resort are recommended to wear face coverings indoors, but not required.