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Disneyland Resort Covid-19 Protocals 

Disneyland Reopening COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

Are you planning a Disneyland trip? This guide will tell you what you need to know to enjoy Disneyland while staying safe from coronavirus.

First check the Disneyland Resort Official Covid-19 FAQ's and the Disneyland Resort Reopen Information page for the most up to date information. 

Buy your Disneyland tickets ahead of time


To make it easier to practice social distancing and do more frequent cleanings, Disneyland is limiting ticket availability. Secure your spot by buying tickets online in advance. Check the Disneyland Resort Availability Calendar here. (You can also save money over gate ticket prices.) Check for park closures the day of your trip to be sure.

Bring face masks for everyone over 3 years old.


Disneyland requires guests to wear face masks at all times indoors. You'll need to bring your own masks, so pack several per person. Disneyland will provide hand-washing stations throughout the park and hand sanitizer at checkout counters and exits to rides.

Follow Disneyland's social distancing rules.


You will need to maintain a safe distance from other guests at all times. Pay attention to social distancing markers, such as big stickers showing you where you can and can't stand. Physical barriers may restrict guests from wandering around freely. 

Rides and shops may be limited to fewer people at a time.


Rides, boats, trolleys, trams, etc. will have reduced seating. Restaurants, stores, and gift shops will be limited to 50% capacity. When gift shops are full, you'll use alternate exits from rides.

Cashless and touchless payment is preferred.


Disneyland is asking guests to use contactless payment methods like smartphones or smart cards to limit physical contact with cashiers.

FastPass+ is suspended.

FastPass+, Disneyland's system for reserving spots in lines, will be unavailable. The space usually reserved for FastPass+ is being used to expand the regular waiting areas. Disney says wait times should stay lower though since park attendance will be reduced.

Some Disneyland attractions will be closed.

Scheduled entertainment like musical performances and stage shows that would draw a big audience are closed. High-touch interactive areas will be off-limits, too. 

You won't get up-close with Disney characters.


Sadly, you won't be taking meet-and-greet photos with your favorite characters. Instead, Disney characters may perform small shows for limited audiences or ride on floats in mini-parades throughout the day.

Stay home if you have a fever or feel any symptoms.


Common sense!


You may not feel sick, but you can spread the virus without showing symptoms. Better to play it safe and quarantine until you can get test results.