Disney Won’t Give You A Picture From Your Ride If You Don’t Wear A Mask
HONG KONG, CHINA - SEPTEMBER 12: Disney characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse welcome visitors during the grand opening day of Hong Kong Disneyland September 12, 2005 in Hong Kong (Photo by MN Chan/Getty Images)
Forget getting that action picture of you on Magic Mountain if you’re not wearing a mask. Upon Disney World reopening in Florida over the weekend the company implemented a policy to suppress photos that show a park attendee doing anything on a ride that is deemed unsafe, which is what not wearing a mask is considered.
Disney is also asking visitors to the park to leave if they feel ill. If someone comes to the first aid center at the park with COVID-19 symptoms they will be required to leave, however, Disney will help the individual seek additional medical attention.