Following Walt Disney World’s lead, masks will no longer be required throughout Disneyland and Disney California Adventure theme parks starting on June 15 for vaccinated guests. Guests will not be required to provide proof of vaccination status, but rather will self-attest that they have been fully vaccinated by the time they enter the park.
Disney states that guests ages 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated will still need to wear masks while indoors, except while eating and drinking. All guests will also need to wear a face covering when on Disney transportation that are going to and from Disney parking lots.
However, all guests will be able to remain mask-less outdoors starting June 15, regardless of vaccination status.
June 15 will mark the opening of the state of California, and will also bring more changes to the Disneyland Resort theme parks. In addition to the new mask policy, Disney will also be reducing physical distancing requirements in the parks and allowing out of state visitors in the parks once more.
What do you think about masks not being required at Disneyland on June 15 for vaccinated guests? Will you be still taking your mask with you for your next Disneyland trip? Let us know in the comments below what your thoughts are on all these new policy changes.