ANAHEIM (CBSLA) – Fully vaccinated visitors to Disneyland will not be required to wear masks beginning Tuesday.
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In conjunction with California’s much-awaited June 15 statewide reopening, Disneyland announced Monday that, beginning on Tuesday, guests who are fully vaccinated will no longer need to wear masks, both indoors and outdoors.
Those who are not fully vaccinated must continue to wear them while indoors, however, except when dining.
Disneyland noted that proof of vaccination will not be required though.
Temperature checks will also be discontinued Tuesday as well as social distancing requirements.
Furthermore, beginning Tuesday out-of-state residents will also be welcome. Since Disneyland reopened in April, only in-state guests have been allowed to purchase tickets.READ MORE: First US Case Of Omicron Variant Detected In California
Disneyland Park and California Adventure Park closed in mid-March of 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic took hold. They were shuttered for more than 400 days until reopening on April 30.
Orange County Monday reported 75 more COVID-19 infections, which accounts for cases throughout the weekend, as hospitalization rates remained stable.
The Orange County Health Care Agency has suspended reporting COVID-19 statistics on weekends, so the 75 infections represent three days of cases. The cumulative case count now stands at 255,663.
Beginning July 1, OC data will be updated once per week.
Hospitalizations ticked up from 53 on Friday to 55 on Monday, while the number of intensive care unit patients dropped from 14 to 11.
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