Many changes have come to Florida theme parks this week! The CDC recently made changes to its mask guidelines, followed soon after by Orange County adjusting its mask guidelines. Masks are no longer required outdoors. Universal Studios Orlando and Walt Disney World have now changed their mask policies as well!
Universal Studios announced that starting today, face coverings are no longer mandatory while outdoors. Face coverings are still required at indoor locations like attractions, restaurants, and shops.
Walt Disney World’s face mask policy has also been updated. Face coverings are now optional in outdoor common areas. They are still required when entering the parks, on attractions, transportation, restaurants, and shops.
Disney has also made other changes to some of its COVID-19 protocols recently. Temperature screenings are being phased out and physical distancing measures are being relaxed. Disney World theme park capacity is also being increased which allows for an increase in park pass reservation availability. Things are starting to feel more normal at Walt Disney World!
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