Disney Store Reopening Plan Includes Masks for Guests 2 and Older

May 28, 2020

The Disney store has revealed the guidelines it will follow in order to reopen its locations, and that includes the mandatory use of masks for guests aged 2 and older.

The guidelines for masks come after the CDC has recommended that children that are 2 years old and older wear face coverings in public.

Other guidelines that the Disney stores will follow include social distancing measures, which will only allow for a certain number of people in stores at a time and the cancellation of in-store events, MarketWatch reports.

Disney stores across the continent have been closed since March 17th.

Since closing, the franchise has released three limited-edition items for online sale, including a Mulan doll. They have also begun to sell cloth face masks featuring various Disney-themed designs.

Disney, on the whole, has been very cautious with their reopening measures, as Disney parks have just unveiled the steps they will be taking to keep their guests safe upon reopening.

For starters, all guests will be required to wear face coverings or masks. The park staff will be administering temperature checks for all who enter the parks, and there will be plexiglass dividers separating staff from guests.

While the Disney stores have not announced a date for their reopenings, some Disney parks hope to welcome guests onto their grounds come July.

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