Due to the changing situation with COVID-19, mask rules have changed in select places.
Already, masks are required indoors in Los Angeles County, California and Universal Studios Hollywood. Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also updated their guidance regarding wearing masks indoors. Now, one major Florida attraction has updated their mask rules.
Earlier today, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex shared that due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the Delta variant, they have changed their mask policy. Guests visiting Kennedy Space Center, including those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, will now be required to wear face masks in all indoor locations.
Due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases and the Delta variant, we have updated our face mask policy. All guests, including those vaccinated against COVID-19, are required to wear face coverings in all indoor locations.
More info: https://t.co/zJxdRMPDP0
— Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (@ExploreSpaceKSC) July 28, 2021
As we shared above, yesterday the CDC announced updated guidance regarding the wearing of masks indoors. Specifically, the CDC is now recommending that fully vaccinated individuals resume wearing masks in indoor public settings in areas that have “high” or “substantial” COVID-19 transmission levels.
The CDC also recommends that fully vaccinated people who live with vulnerable individuals (like young kids or people who are immunocompromised) wear masks in indoor public spaces.
At the moment, Disney World and Disneyland have not updated their mask rules. You can click here to see Disney World’s mask regulations, and click here to see what the latest mask rules look like in Disneyland.
We’ll keep an eye out for more updates.