Disney Parks is evaluating whether they will soon stop the requirement to use masks in their facilities
Several U.S. states immediately and enthusiastically adopted New guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Who says people who are fully vaccinated They don’t have to wear a mask Outdoors or most indoor situations, but other states and cities and some large companies doubt the safety and even feasibility of this method.
Last Friday, because there is no easy way to know who has been vaccinated and who has not, they chose a wait-and-see attitude among doubts about whether the new position is safe and feasible. The new guidelines issued by the CDC on Thursday basically depend on people doing the right thing.
Trade unions and other organizations have warned that employees in shops, restaurants and other businesses may be victimized by COVID-19 from customers and may be forced to assume the harmful role of “vaccinated police.”
Several large chain stores, such as Home Depot and Kroger Co. supermarkets, announced that they will maintain the regulations for the use of masks by customers.
However, Sean Weinberg learned from Mandatory use of masks Runs the Alba restaurant in Malvern, Pennsylvania with his wife. In addition, he also sent an email to employees telling them that if they have been vaccinated, they can avoid wearing masks.
When the CDC issued its recommendations, half of the states in the country had mandatory mask use requirements for most indoor spaces.
Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Kentucky, Washington, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, North Carolina, Kansas and Rhode Island have announced immediate or in the future Plan to follow CDC guidelines in a few weeks.
Other states, for example California, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Hawaii and Massachusetts, Minneapolis (Minneapolis) and St. Paul (St. Paul) and other cities temporarily keep the masking rules in place.
In the earnings conference call, Disney Bob Chapek said that the new guidelines are “big news” and hinted that Disneyland’s mask requirements may change in the near future.
The CDC’s statement caused stocks in the aviation industry to skyrocket, although the guidelines continued to mandate the use of masks in crowded indoor places (such as airplanes, buses, trains, hospitals, prisons, and homeless shelters) and stated that people should insist on using them. . And local regulations.