LOTS of changes are happening at Disneyland Resort today.
The parks opened to out-of-state guests, temperature checks have been suspended, and face masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated guests (in most circumstances). And of course, we’re at Disneyland Resort to check it all out for ya.
Before we dig in, we want to refresh your memory on Disneyland’s updated mask guidelines. Fully vaccinated guests are no longer required to wear face coverings indoors or outdoors. Unvaccinated guests should continue to wear masks while indoors. And while Disneyland will not require proof of vaccination, guests are required to verbally state that they are in compliance upon park entry.
Lastly, face coverings will be required for ALL guests, regardless of vaccination status, on the bus to and from the Toy Story parking lot once that reopens on June 18th.
Phew! Now let’s take a trip around Disneyland to check out this latest policy in effect. Walking into the parks, we already saw the first signs of guests following the new rules.
Then we headed into World of Disney to see if people were still wearing masks inside or not. We saw a little bit of both.
Some guests decided to still wear masks while inside.
Overall, there seemed to be more people not wearing masks than those who were.
The social distancing markers were gone in line at World of Disney…
…but a lot of people were still waiting in line spaced out.
Cast Members confirmed that the one-way in and out is gone at the stores, guests can enter and exit through whichever doors they like.
We’ll continue to keep an eye on the situation at Disneyland Resort as policies adjust further. Stay tuned to DFB for the latest news!
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