As of June 15th, the state of California has fully reopened its economy, effectively ending most pandemic-era restrictions on businesses and in public areas.
It was previously announced that temperature checks would no longer be required for Disneyland Resort guests or Cast Members beginning on June 15th. Out-of-state visitors are now allowed inside the parks, and masks are no longer required in most cases for fully vaccinated guests. With updates to the health and safety protocols now in place, we headed out to Disneyland Resort to see these changes in action.
Prior to this change, temperature check stations were set up at the entrances to the Disneyland Resort property.
But as of today, all temperature check stations have been removed.
The tent along the walkway to the Disneyland Park entrance, for example, is now gone.
We’ve also noticed a significant crowd increase as Disneyland welcomes back out-of-state guests. We’ll be bringing you more updates on crowds as the day progresses.
We’ll continue to report back on other changes to the health and safety measures around Disneyland Resort, so stay tuned to Disney Food Blog for all of the latest updates.
Have you been to Disneyland Resort since it reopened? Share your experience in the comments.