BREAKING: Face Masks Optional at Disneyland Resort Starting February 17

Face masks will be optional for fully vaccinated guests at Disneyland Resort starting February 17 at both indoor and outdoor locations. This comes as California lifts its indoor mask mandate.

All guests will be required to wear masks on Disney transportation, such as shuttles, and in health settings, such as First Aid.

Face Coverings (Guests Ages 2 and Up)  

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 Fully Vaccinated Guests Guests Not Fully Vaccinated 
All indoor locations, including restaurants, except when actively eating or drinking while stationary Optional  
All enclosed transportation, including buses monorails, and Disney Skyliner   
All outdoor areas, including outdoor attractions, outdoor queues, and outdoor theaters Optional Optional 
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Guests who are not vaccinated are expected to wear face masks inside.

After initially lifting their mask mandate, face masks have been required indoors at Disneyland Resort since July of last year.

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  1. Nice in theory, except Disney doesn’t check vaccination status, so there’s no way to know when unvaccinated people are choosing to take masks off indoors. And since the unvaccinated are overwhelmingly also anti-maskers, you can bet they will be taking their masks off without hesitation. It’s dumb to even stipulate that they should keep them on, because they won’t. So either keep the indoor mask mandate in place for everyone or eliminate it for everyone, unless Disney plans to check vax status and issue wristbands or something.

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