Disney World has again updated its face mask policy, saying restaurant visitors must wear their face masks “standing, waiting or sitting.”
The theme park has updated its protocols several times during the pandemic. But the face mask policy for restaurants was not specific, other than a warning that visitors keep their face masks on unless they “actively eat while at rest” in parks and at Disney Springs.
“Face cover for each guest aged 2 and over, which must be worn in all public areas and can only be removed while actively eating or drinking,” the policy reads on the Disney World website. . “Masks must be worn standing, waiting or seated in restaurants.”
The mask policy even with pipes that have been vaccinated against Covid-19.
The Disneyland theme park remains closed, although retail areas and restaurants are open with capacity restrictions.