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According to the Mickey Blog – you can no longer eat and drink while walking at Disney World. You’ll need to sit down to remove your facemask and distance yourself while doing so. Apparently, this is a clever way to crack down on guests who were sneakily circumventing mask rules by holding food/drink and walking with their mask off. The Mickey Blog points out the following updates to the Face Coverings guidelines: “You may remove your face covering while actively eating or drinking, but you should be stationary and maintain appropriate physical distancing.”
Here’s a copy of the guidelines published on the blog here:
I’ve been on a road trip for the past couple weeks and being from Los Angeles I thought I’d see a difference in mask adherence from state to state. When I left, LA was pretty good at mask wearing, but then again I didn’t really venture into shops, restaurants, and just observed while out on my daily walks.
It seemed that 50% to 2/3 adhered to mask rules – which have been mandated for quite some time in the city of angels so we should be used to it by now. What I can say…LA isn’t really better or worse than anywhere else. A lot of people want to wear them, especially inside, but many do not. I’ve been through Colorado, many midwest states, and now heading into the south. It’s hot and humid, but most pop them on when they go inside a shop or restaurant, most don’t wear them outside, and staff generally are wearing them – some even are gloved. Signs are up everywhere stipulating masks be worn in pretty much everywhere I’ve visited. Personally I feel much better when masks are worn and believe this is a good step for Disney to pursue in the fight of spreading Covid.
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