Team members at Universal will be required to wear masks in indoor areas starting Saturday, but the requirement doesn't apply to guests.
Both vaccinated and unvaccinated guests will have to wear masks in indoor spaces and throughout all attractions.
A new St. Louis County mask mandate covers all guests in public, indoor spaces, regardless of vaccination status.
The official policy states unvaccinated guests should continue wearing masks indoors and on all attractions, but Disney won't be checking anyone's vaccination status.
Universal Orlando essentially drops face mask rules by no longer requiring masks for vaccinated guests, not checking vaccination status
The policy will rely on an honor system, though less than 40% of Florida's population has been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Spectrum News 13 obtained an email to SeaWorld employees saying face masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated workers.
How it felt being inside Disney World parks just after a major, sudden change to their COVID-19 rules.