From now on, masks are no longer required for visitors to the Disneyland Resort. According to new guidelines, as of June 15, the fantasy park does not require fully vaccinated guests to wear a mask within the theme park.
Guests visiting the California theme park are not required to present a vaccination card. Guests who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear a mask at all times except when eating.
In a statement, the theme park said, “If the Toy Story car park reopens on June 18, all guests, regardless of vaccination status, must wear appropriate face-covering while bus transporting them from the car park to the parks.”
The announcement comes as the state will fully reopen its economy on Tuesday after businesses closed for more than a year due to the pandemic.
From June 15, the theme park will again allow guests from other states to visit. The reservation system will remain in place, according to the theme park.
Disneyland and California Adventure reopened on April 30th after being closed for more than a year.