A LOT has been going on with Disney Stores this year.
Not only have we seen many Disney Store locations being closed, but like at Disney Parks, health and safety guidelines have also started to change for guests visiting the stores.
The official Disney Store website has updated its language regarding the use of facial coverings in its stores. It now reads “Appropriate face coverings required for everyone two years and older.” However, it also states “Fully vaccinated guests may shop without a face covering, unless required by local regulations.”
However, social distancing guidelines remain the same — guests and their groups must maintain six feet of distance between themselves and other groups. At Disney World, though, guests must still wear their masks indoors at all times (as well as in ride lines), although they can take them off when outdoors or when eating and drinking while stationary.
We’re continuing to track all the changes at Disney Stores and at the parks, so stay tuned for more details!
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Have you been to a Disney Store recently and seen this new policy in action? Let us know in the comments!