Disneyland’s reopening plan isn’t the only news coming out of California this week!
Orange County, in which Disneyland is located, has revised its policy regarding face masks.
On May 22nd, an order was issued that required everyone to wear a face covering in public when they were unable to maintain distance between others. This was released in conjunction with the Stage 2 reopening of additional businesses in Orange County.
However, as of June 11th, the face covering rule has been relaxed from a requirement to a suggested measure.
Orange County is also preparing to reopen additional businesses outlined in Stage 3 of the state’s reopening plan, beginning tomorrow. These businesses include bars and breweries, gyms and fitness centers, movie theaters, hotels, museums, and campgrounds.
Does your local government have a face mask policy? Let us know in the comments?