On the heels of the CDC's announcement last week that fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear face masks, both Disney and Universal said guests are no longer required to wear face coverings when outside at their properties in Orlando. Face coverings are still required indoors, however.
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Disney's policy requires Walt Disney World Resorts to wear face coverings "in all indoor locations, except when actively eating or drinking while stationary and maintaining physical distancing."
Disney said face coverings in outside common areas are "optional" but remain required "upon entering and throughout all attractions, theaters and transportation."
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In a release, Universal Orlando Resort said, "Face coverings will remain required at all indoor locations, including restaurants, shops and indoor hotel public areas. Face coverings are also required at all attractions from the moment guests enter the queue to when they exit the experience."
Face coverings are still required outdoors at Disney and Universal's parks in California.