Sea World San Diego and Legoland recommend guests to wear masks indoors
San Diego-Two of the most famous tourist attractions in San Diego County are aligning with CDC and county guidance, recommending that everyone wear masks indoors, regardless of vaccinations.
The guide for SeaWorld San Diego and Legoland California Resort in Carlsbad is as follows The county has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases As people continue to worry about the spread of highly contagious delta variants. It leads government officials, enterprise And health care groups have called for mandatory vaccination, and some municipalities have reinstated the recommendation to wear masks to reduce transmission.
Legoland spokesperson Jake Gonzales said in an email to FOX 5 that Legoland officials require all employees to wear masks indoors.
Gonzales said: “Legoland California Resort is still committed to keeping our guests safe by maintaining strict daily cleaning procedures, providing contactless payments, and providing more than 200 hand disinfection stations throughout the resort.”
Elsewhere, paid and non-union hourly workers at The Walt Disney Company, including employees working at the California Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Need to be vaccinated against COVID-19, According to Friday’s press release. The company said that all employees who have not yet been vaccinated have 60 days to get vaccinations, and employees who work from home need to show proof of vaccination before returning.
All guests of the company’s US theme park must also wear masks in the indoor environment.
The company’s statement stated: “Vaccines are our best tool to help control this global epidemic and protect our employees.”
In San Diego County, a total of 1,273 COVID-19 infections were reported on Thursday. Set the highest single-day record since February. Until this week, the county aligned its guidance on indoor facial coverings with the CDC and the California Department of Public Health, which are only required by people who have not been vaccinated and those who are vaccinated in certain settings such as schools and public transportation. .
As of Wednesday, state public health officials Updated the guide After the CDC has adopted the same measures, it is recommended that communities across the state generally wear masks indoors.
The state health department explained in a statement: “In order to achieve widespread use of masks in indoor public places, we recommend that fully vaccinated people also wear masks in indoor public places in California.” Update their online recommendations“This adds an additional preventive measure for everyone to reduce the spread of COVID-19, especially in communities with the highest transmission rate. The local health department may be stricter than this guideline.”