ANAHEIM, Calif. (KGTV) – The Disneyland Resort will no longer require guests to wear face masks while riding in enclosed transportation like resort busses and the Monorail.
Previously, visitors had been required to wear a face mask in enclosed transportation. The mask mandate remains for visitors two and older visiting health settings like First Aid.
The updated guidelines still recommend visitors wear a face mask when indoors and using enclosed transportation but it's not required.
In February, the resort lifted the mask requirement for all vaccinated visitors, except when using enclosed transportation.
For more information on The Disneyland Resort face-covering guidelines, click here.