Disneyland

Disneyland Resort continues to ease COVID-19 guidelines as California fully reopens its economy this week.

Starting today, June 15, 2021, fully vaccinated guests are no longer required to wear a face covering indoors or outdoors at the Disneyland Resort. Proof of vaccination is not required.

Guests that are ages 2 and over that are not yet fully vaccinated are expected to continue to wear a mask indoors, except while dining.

Disneyland Resort

All guests will still need to wear an approved face covering while utilizing Disney transportation, including buses.

The move coincides with out-of-state guests now also being allowed to visit the resort. Disneyland reminds all guests that theme park reservations are required to visit the parks, as well as a ticket.

Disney has released a statement along with the changes:

As more people are vaccinated and the nation is turning the corner on this pandemic, we are encouraged that COVID-19 health and safety guidelines set forth by the CDC and state and local officials are being adjusted and eased. Keeping with our thoughtful approach to health and safety measures, and taking into consideration these new recommendations, we are making some changes for Guests in conjunction with the reopening of California’s economy.

Disneyland Resort

In another move as the company adjusts and eases COVID-19 guidelines, fireworks will be returning to both the Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort beginning next month.

Fireworks return to Disneyland on July 4 with “Mickey’s Mix Magic,” presented nightly throughout the summer.

The show features projections, lighting and lasers that transform Main Street, U.S.A., Sleeping Beauty Castle and the facade of “it’s a small world” into a dazzling dance party along with fireworks.

At Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, July 1 marks the start of nightly fireworks performances at Magic Kingdom Park and EPCOT.