Disney’s chief executive said that reducing the requirement for fully vaccinated people to wear masks is good news for us.
Orlando Disney’s chief executive said that the decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to reduce the requirement for fully vaccinated people to wear masks is good news for us.
In a conference call on Thursday, CEO Bob Chapek hinted that Disneyland may change the mandatory rules for wearing masks in the near future, and the CDC stated that people may stop wearing them outdoors and in many indoor situations. they. .
Chapek said: “Especially if someone comes to Florida in the middle of the summer to wear a mask, it can be overwhelming.” “So we think (the changes to the guidelines) will make the experience more enjoyable.
Chapek said that under the restrictions issued by Governor Ron DeSantis, at least in Florida, parks have begun to increase their capacity. It did not say how many people were admitted to the park compared to the previous one-third capacity limit.
Chapek said: “I think through the recently implemented reservation system, the number of people we can accept into the park will increase immediately.”
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines still call for masks to be worn indoors in crowds, such as buses, airplanes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters, but it is for the complete reopening of workplaces, schools and other places Paved the way and even eased the requirements. Social isolation of vaccinators.