Despite the initial controversy, masks have become a mandatory requirement for all Disneyland visitors since the resort began to reopen in stages in June. Since the initial requirements were announced, as the COVID-19 pandemic has continued, many updates have been made to this policy, and stricter restrictions have now been implemented.
Now, according to Orlando Outpost, Orange County officials suggested that the use of face masks may have to wait until the spring of 2021
Over time, maskless “relaxation stations” have been added throughout the park to help guests relieve the discomfort of wearing masks under the scorching Florida sun. Wearing masks has become a more tolerant part of our “new normal” Entrance to the daily theme park”.
Recently, it is recommended that guests stay still when eating or drinking, and always wear a mask when walking in the park, and then ruled that neck leggings or masks with valves or holes are prohibited as suitable coverings.
Since the implementation of the new mask rules, have you visited or planned to visit the Walt Disney World Resort? Or are you waiting for the restrictions to be lifted and the park “returned to normal”? Let us know, we would love to hear your thoughts.
Resources: Orlando Outpost