Disney World bans masks with valves or holes

Orange County, Fla. – Disney World has again updated its mask policy to further clarify what types of masks visitors are allowed to wear in its theme parks.

What you need to know

  • Disney World updates mask policy again
  • Masks with valves or orifices are not allowed.
  • Disney previously banned neck gaiters
  • Visitors 2 years and older must wear a face mask

the updated policy now explicitly says that valve or orifice face masks are not allowed.

“At this time, according to the guidance of the health authorities, neck gaiters, open-chin triangular scarves, and face linings containing valves, mesh material, or orifices of any kind are not acceptable face liners,” politics.

The updated policy also applies to Disney Springs and other areas of the complex.

This is not the first time that Disney World has updated its face mask policy. In recent weeks, he has banned neck gaiters and made changes related to eating and drinking around the parks.

Since its reopening amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Disney World has implemented a number of new health and safety measures. In addition to requiring visitors ages 2 and up to wear masks, Disney World requires visitors to submit to temperature controls and make reservations to enter the park.

Last week, Universal Orlando adjusted its facial mask policy to ban masks with valves or mesh material.