Source: Universal Orlando Resort
Visitors to Universal Orlando Resort are no longer required to wear face masks.
Universal Orlando made the announcement via its website, stating, “Face coverings are optional for fully vaccinated guests. For guests who have not been vaccinated, face coverings are encouraged while indoors.”
BREAKING NEWS – Universal Orlando Resort have announced that guests are no longer required to wear masks both indoors and outdoors, effective tomorrow (February 12, 2022) 📸 – Universal Orlando Resort pic.twitter.com/eiwRjSFkAN— Universal News Today (@UniversalNT) February 11, 2022
The announcement from Universal Orlando Resort follows updates from both Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line regarding face masks.
Beginning March 1, Norwegian will drop all face mask requirements. Instead, the cruise line will recommend passengers wear them when inside and in crowded outdoor areas.
Royal Caribbean announced it will drop its mask requirement in vaccinated-only areas of its ships beginning February 14. Passengers will still be required to wear a face-covering in other indoor areas.