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Orange County is Removing All Mask Mandates Tomorrow. Will Walt Disney World Follow?

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It’s official! Orange County, Florida, will be lifting the mask mandate tomorrow. 

On Friday, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings officially announced that he is lifting all COVID-19 restrictions, including mask mandates and physical distancing in the county.

The county includes popular theme parks Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando. Walt Disney World still requires that guests wear face masks indoors, but that may change with the ending of COVID-19 restrictions in the county. Universal Studios has already removed most of their face covering policies and physical distancing protocols.

As Walt Disney World Capacity Limits Remain Low, Park Pass Availability Becomes ScarceDo you think Walt Disney World will stop requiring guests to wear masks indoors? Let us know in the comment section below!

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