Starting this Thursday, Disney amusement parks in California will no longer require the use of masks from vaccinated people

Disney parks have revised their mask policies for vaccinated guests.

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Starting this Thursday, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks will no longer require fully COVID-vaccinated guests to wear masks in most indoor public spaces.

In accordance with recently revised visitor guidelines, the requirement will cease to apply from this Thursday, February 17.

It was made clear that visitors Ages 2 and up who are not fully vaccinated will still be required to wear masks inside Disney Parks in Anaheim.

All visitors will be required to wear face coverings while on Disney buses and at health environment sitesincluding first aid areas, regardless of your vaccination status.

Parks officials said unvaccinated people will need to wear surgical masksbecause neck gaiters, triangular bandanas, open chins, and coverings containing valves, mesh material, or other types of holes will not be accepted.

From this Wednesday, Los Angeles County lifted mask mandate at outdoor mega-eventswhile California withdrew the requirement for face masks at the state level due to the decrease in infections due to the Omicron variant of the SARS CoV-2 virus.

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