May 19: Popular parks in Florida, including Universal Orlando and Disney World, have decided to end the ‘mask requirements’ outdoors, by making it optional, to ease the pandemic restrictions.

Disney World has mentioned on their official website that it is not compulsory for the visitors to wear masks in ‘outdoor common areas’. As per the latest development, masks are not required at Universal Orlando outdoors, however, if you are at indoor locations, indoor hotel public areas and at all attractions, wearing mask is mandatory even for the fully vaccinated visitors.

Soon the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that Americans who are fully vaccinated are not required to cover their faces outdoors. Recently, the agency had also made an announcement that citizens who have got their jabs can now go maskless at several indoor venues as well.

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However, CDC even now wants unvaccinated Americans to wear masks indoors and outdoors. At the same time, SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa have changed their rules for the fully vaccinated people by saying that the guests who have got their jab ‘in accordance with CDC guidance’ can enter the park. However, the parks are not asking for any proof of vaccination.



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