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Disneyland to end mask requirements for fully vaccinated guests on June 15, allow out-of-state visitors



♪ EDIE: AS MORE CALIFORNIANS GET VACCINATED AND RESTRICTIONS START TO LOOSEN, HERE IS ANOTHER SIGN TODAY THAT THINGS ARE STARTING TO RETURN TO NORMAL. THIS MORNING, THAT WAS THE FLAG RAISING CEREMONY TO CELEBRATE THE REOPENING OF DISNEYLAND, MORE THAN A YEAR AFTER IT CLOSED. OF COURSE FOR MANY PEOPLE, DISNEYLAND IS MORE THAN JUST A THEME PARK, IT REPRESENTS TRADITION, JOY AND CHILD-LIKE FUN. JOY BENEDICT TALKED TO FANS WHO WERE THRILLED TO FINALLY ENTER THE PARK AGAIN. [APPLAUSE] >> THROUGH THE TUNNEL, THE FIRST TEST TRICKLED IN AFTER MORE THAN A YEAR. WHEN THEY TURNED THE CORNER TO MAIN STREET USA, MANY COULD NOT HOLD BACK THEIR TEARS. >> THEY ARE HAPPY TEARS. >> THE FAMILY GOT HERE AT 2:30 THIS MORNING TO WAIT OUTSIDE THE GATE, JUST TO BE SOME OF THE FIRST INSIDE THE PARK. WAX THEY CLOSED THE GATES RIGHT BEHIND ME AND I KNEW I HAD TO BE BACK HERE THE SECOND I COULD. >> IT MEANS THE WORLD TO MANY. >> MY HEART IS RACING. >> I LOVE THE ATMOSPHERE, THE CROWD. >> FOREMOST, THEY SAY IT IS A FEELING THAT ONLY COMES FROM THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH. AFTER A YEAR OF SOLITUDE AND FEAR, THEY SAY DISNEYLAND MAKES IT BETTER. >> I THINK THE CAST MEMBERS ARE A HUGE PART OF THE MAGIC. >> EVERYONE HAS HAD A TOUGH YEAR AND WE NEED THE MAGIC BACK IN OUR LIVES AND THIS IS IT. >> THERE ARE LESS CROWDS AND LESS ATTRACTIONS. ALTHOUGH THERE ARE STILL CHARACTERS, PHOTOS ARE TAKEN AT A DISTANCE. THE SPIN, THE THRILL, AND THE CHARM IS STILL THRIVING. >> IT IS A CALL BACK TO OUR CHILDHOOD. WE GREW UP WITH THESE CHARACTERS. SEEING THEM IN SOME SEMBLANCE REAL IS AMAZING. EDIE: THAT WAS JOY BENEDICT REPORTING. DURING THE DOWN TIME, THE 1922 CAROUSEL WAS REFURBISHED. AND EVEN SNOW WHITE GO

Disneyland to end mask requirements for fully vaccinated guests on June 15, allow out-of-state visitors

Disneyland Resort will drop mask requirements for fully vaccinated guests and end restrictions on visitors from outside California starting Tuesday.The theme park also said in a statement Monday that in accordance with California’s June 15 reopening plan, there will no longer be physical distancing requirements. Instead, guests can “self-determine distancing.” Disneyland will also end its practice of temperature checks at the entrance to the parks. Face coverings will still be required indoors, except when dining, for people ages 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated. (Video above: Fans return to Disneyland)Disneyland will not require guests to show proof of vaccination, and instead will rely on an honor system where guests “self-attest that they are in compliance.”As part of the reservation process, all guests will have to “attest that they are aware of the State of California’s strong recommendation that guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme park.”The theme park said that all guests should continue to use the reservation system. More information can be found at Disneyland.com.

Disneyland Resort will drop mask requirements for fully vaccinated guests and end restrictions on visitors from outside California starting Tuesday.

The theme park also said in a statement Monday that in accordance with California’s June 15 reopening plan, there will no longer be physical distancing requirements. Instead, guests can “self-determine distancing.” Disneyland will also end its practice of temperature checks at the entrance to the parks.

Face coverings will still be required indoors, except when dining, for people ages 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated.

(Video above: Fans return to Disneyland)

Disneyland will not require guests to show proof of vaccination, and instead will rely on an honor system where guests “self-attest that they are in compliance.”

As part of the reservation process, all guests will have to “attest that they are aware of the State of California’s strong recommendation that guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme park.”

The theme park said that all guests should continue to use the reservation system. More information can be found at Disneyland.com.