You will soon be able to ditch your mask at Disney World.
- Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the CDC's announcement on Thursday that fully vaccinated people do not have to wear face masks indoors is "very big news for us."
- He hinted its parks' mask mandates could be lifted by summer and they will "immediately" increase capacity.
- Disney theme parks currently require guests to wear face coverings at all times - including when outdoors - except for when they are eating, drinking, or taking an outdoor photo.
- Any changes to mask rules would likely only be at Walt Disney World in Florida, as Disneyland in California is still limited by the state's mask order.