Disneyland will no longer require most visitors to wear a mask after dropping one of its last remaining mandates.
Park visitors were required to wear masks in closed transport locations. Now, guests taking the bus from the Toy Story parking lot or the monorail from the Downtown Disney District can choose to unmask during the ride.
The mask mandate remains in place for visitors age 2 and older who enter certain indoor health facilities such as first aid, according to the Disneyland website. The updated guideline on the website still advises visitors to mask up indoors and on closed transport.
The Anaheim resort, which includes Disneyland and California Adventure Park, lifted mask requirements for vaccinated visitors in February, except for closed transportation.
Some local transit agencies, such as the Orange County Transportation Authority, dropped mask mandates after a federal judge struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s mask mandate for travel on April 18.
Other transit authorities, such as LA Metro, reinstated the mask mandate shortly after the court order in accordance with Los Angeles County’s enhanced public health order.
The CDC continues to recommend people wear masks on public transportation.
Los Angeles Times