Remaining Disney Stores No Longer Requiring Guests to Wear Face Coverings

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Although only 25 Disney Store locations remain in North America, the brick-and-mortar retail locations continue to update face covering policies. Previously, all guests 2 and over entering a Disney Store were required to wear face coverings. The updated policy states that guests need not wear masks unless required by local regulations.

Disney is still encouraging guests to wear face coverings in Disney Stores.


The change applies only to Disney Stores, not to retail locations in parks and resorts.

As Disney phases out its retail operations, it has partnered with Target to open Disney Stores inside Target locations in the United States.

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8 days ago

Disney has made a big mistake closing the stores.
They Closed to early.

7 days ago

I work at a Disney Outlet (since Disney Stores effectively don’t exist) and this is categorically not true. Our county would tell the company “too bad” and still make us to enforce the mandate or shut down.

Tom Corless
4 days ago
Reply to  Brittney

The post states that local regulations still apply where there are such ordinances.