Disneyland Resort goes mask-free for fully-vaccinated guests

by Brittani Tuttle

Effective today, June 15, Disneyland Resort will no longer require fully-vaccinated guests to wear face masks, both indoors and outdoors.


Alongside welcoming back out-of-state guests, the resort is also adjusting other health and safety guidelines, like discontinuing required on-site temperature checks and physical distancing requirements; it is now on the guests to self-determine distancing.

At this time, face masks are still required indoors (except when dining) for guests ages 2 and up who are not fully vaccinated.

Guests will not be required to show proof of vaccination in order to not have to wear their mask, but they will have to confirm that they are vaccinated prior to entry. They will also have to confirm that they are aware of the State of California’s recommendation to be fully vaccinated or have received a negative COVID-19 test prior to visiting the parks when making reservations.

When the Toy Story parking lot reopens on Friday, June 18, all guests ages 2 and up will be required to wear a face mask while on the bus transportation to the parks, regardless of whether or not they have been vaccinated.

To keep up with the latest health and safety protocols and any changes, visit Disneyland.com/Updates.


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