Restrictions at Walt Disney World have mostly been lifted. This includes requiring masks indoors for guests who are vaccinated. Masks are required for guests who are not fully vaccinated while indoors. Now, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demmings is recommending everyone, regardless of vaccination status, wear masks while indoors.
Orange County has moved back into the “high risk” COVID-19 category due to more cases and ER visits. Mayor Demmings held a press briefing today where he recommended returning to wearing masks while indoors. The press briefing also shared that 100% of the new cases yesterday are from unvaccinated individuals.
Walt Disney World has not announced any changes to the mask policy at the resort. As for now, vaccinated individuals can still go mask-free while indoors most places.
You can watch the press briefing below:
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