Your memories at Disney World no longer have to include a facemask

Your memories at Disney World no longer have to include a facemask

That tourism and entertainment have been among the sectors of the economy that have suffered the most from the pandemic is no secret. But now, as things slowly go back to normal, your photos at the happiest place on earth can, once again, include smiles.

As more people receive the Covid-19 vaccine, restrictions are letting up for low-risk activities, and Disney World is the latest company to ease its mask guidelines for guests.

While Disney’s theme parks in Florida, Paris, Shanghai, Japan, and Hong Kong opened some months ago with limited capacity and health security measures

Disney World Is updating its outdoor mask rules for visitors and your photographs may now be with no facemask.

What are the new security measures?

Starting today, April 8, visitors at the Florida theme park can temporarily remove their masks while they pose for photographs.

As long as they're outdoors and standing in place, tourists can now take off their masks to take photos and portray the moment they are living with a smile.

Your happy memories may now inculde your smile

Before this, guests could only remove their masks while actively eating or drinking, and this means all photographic memories were also an eternal reminder of the pandemic.

This change in restrictions may seem small but, for people attending the parks, it means being able to have memories that do not include reminders of the difficult months that we have all been going through.

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