Over the past two years, we’ve seen Disney World Resort change in many ways. From attraction closures to Cast Member layoffs, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected “The Most Magical Place on Earth” in many ways.
Fortunately, the Resort is getting back on track. Disney recently dropped all of its mask requirements, and now it looks like Disney is getting rid of all of the COVID-19 safety advisories.
As of August 2022, Disney World has removed all COVID-19 safety signs from the resort. These signs were at the entrances to all parks, including Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom, as well as Disney Springs and all resorts on the property.
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From now on, face coverings and masks are not mandatory. Face coverings are optional for outside and inside guests, as well as for Disney transportation. Guests who are not fully immunized are recommended to continue wearing a face covering in all indoor venues, including indoor attractions and theaters, and on enclosed transportation.
Disney still maintains the following COVID-19 safety message on its website:
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the elderly and guests with underlying health conditions are particularly vulnerable.
By visiting Walt Disney World Resort, you voluntarily assume all risks of exposure to COVID-19.
Help each other stay healthy.
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For more on Disney World COVID-19 safety, see below:
As we have done since reopening, we have been very intentional and progressive in our approach to our COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Based on recent trends and regulatory guidelines, Walt Disney World Resort will make adjustments to these measures, which may continue to change at any time without notice.
We encourage people to get vaccinated.
Some images shown on this website may not represent current operational guidelines.
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