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The House of Mouse is reminding visitors that face masks are still required to enter Downtown Disney, even for those who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

The masks, which must have at least two layers of fabric and fully cover the nose and mouth, are to be worn at all times by anyone 2 and older, except while eating or drinking, according to the theme park’s website.

Disneyland further clarified that visitors may wear face coverings with clear plastic panels that make it easier to read lips and view facial expressions. Those who have been vaccinated are not exempt from the mask rules.

Neck gaiters, bandanas and face coverings with valves, mesh or holes are not allowed. Neither are costume masks.

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