Disney World (DIS) is lifting its face mask policy for fully vaccinated guests, now making it optional to wear face coverings in most areas of the parks starting on Tuesday.

Vaccinated attendees of the theme park will not be required to show proof of vaccination upon entering the park. However, vaccinated guests will need to wear face masks on Disney transportation, including buses, monorails, and the Disney Skyliner.

Face coverings will continue to be required by guests who are not fully vaccinated in all indoor locations and upon entering and throughout all attractions and transportation.

Disney relaxed its face mask policy for outdoor areas and the pool decks in May 2021 for all guests.

The news of the latest change in face mask requirement comes as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its mask guidelines for fully vaccinated Americans in May 2021, saying they no longer needed to wear them indoors in most instances.

Disney World was closed for two months at the start of the coronavirus pandemic and reopened on July 11. The theme park resumed operations under a series of coronavirus safety measures that included mask mandates, social distancing, and park capacity limits.

The entertainment company said on its website that it will be “ relaxing physical distancing guidelines for Guests. This will be visible in places like queues, shops, restaurants, attraction boarding, transportation and our theaters.”

It continued by saying, “It’s important to remember that some experiences and entertainment may still be operating with limited capacity or may remain temporarily unavailable. We’re not quite ready to bring back everything yet, but we are optimistic and look forward to the day when Disney pals and princesses are able to hug once again. ”

Shares of Disney were trading at $177.02 as of 10:47 a.m. EDT on Monday, down 36 cents, or 0.20%.

Disney's famous character Mickey Mouse turns 83. Disney characters Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse pose in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle in Hong Kong. Photo: Reuters