Downtown Disney has updated their Face Mask rules for visitors

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The Disneyland Resort has updated their face mask policy. The Downtown Disney District and Buena Vista Street are currently open for select dining and shopping.

Face masks are required for all guests visiting the resort ages 2 and up. Now, Disney has clarified that even guests who have received the COVID-19 vaccine need to still wear a mask.

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Disney has also updated their policy to include clear face masks. Clear masks can be worn provided the integrated transparent plastic panel is attached to the fabric on all sides using tight knit stitching.

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have been closed since March 2020 with no reopening date in sight. The Downtown Disney District was allowed to reopen last summer and can once again have outdoor dining.

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Buena Vista Street in Disney California Adventure opened select dining and shopping experiences in November. Guests can visit the area as an extension of Downtown Disney.

Source: OC Register