Masks no longer required outdoors at Walt Disney World


**Disneyland reopened to the public at the beginning of the month, as seen above. Health orders have been quite different in California versus Florida.**

TAMPA (WFLA) –  Masks will be optional in “outdoor common areas” at Disney World, according to the theme park’s website starting today.

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Guests will still have to wear a mask upon entering and throughout all attractions, in all theaters, theatre entrances, in transportation, transportation entrances and all indoor locations.

If a guest is stationary while eating food or drinking a beverage, the guest is allowed to be maskless

Universal Orlando announced guests will no longer have to wear masks outdoors when on theme park property starting on Saturday.

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Disney will also be getting rid of temperature screenings on May 16.


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