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No masks required at Disneyland for fully-vaccinated guests starting June 15

Disneyland will no longer require fully-vaccinated guests to wear face coverings beginning Tuesday, when California’s strict mask rules will expire.

The only remaining mask requirement for all guests visiting the park is for those riding shuttles to or from the Toy Story Parking lot, which reopens on Friday.

The theme park announced the change in policy on Monday.

The news comes weeks after an announcement from Disney that the Anaheim-based park would accept out-of-state visitors beginning on Tuesday.

Fully-vaccinated guests will need to self-attest to their vaccination status. Non-vaccinated guests aged 2 years and older will be required to wear masks indoors, except when eating.

Staff reports from The San Joaquin Valley Sun staff.