Disneyland Resort modifies face coverage requirements, excluding valve, mesh, or hole coverings

The Disneyland Resort has once again modified its facial coverage policy.

The complex now specifically excludes the use of valve facial covers, mesh material, or orifices by guests. The rule change comes just one day after Walt Disney World enacted the same restriction.

Below is the current policy, as of the writing of this article:

All Guests 2 years of age and older are required to bring and wear face covers when visiting the Downtown Disney District.

All facial coatings must:

-Completely cover an individual’s nose and mouth and allow the Guest to remain hands-free
-Fits snugly but snugly against the side of the face.
-It is secured with ties or hooks
– Be made of breathable material, either disposable or reusable.

At this time, neck gaiters, open chin triangle scarves, and face linings containing valves, mesh material, or holes of any kind are not acceptable face liners.

Guests can remove the cover from their faces while actively eating or drinking outside, stationary and maintaining proper physical distance from others.

Costume masks are not considered appropriate and their use is prohibited, in accordance with our existing rules.

The use of facial coatings is not a substitute for physical distancing.

Last week, the Disneyland Resort banned the use of leggings and neck scarves as facial covers, and required guests to wear them at all times, except while eating and / or drinking while stationary and socially away, preventing them from guests walk with food and drink. without their masks Walt Disney World has enacted the same rules.