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Disney World visitors who don’t wear masks will have them added digitally in pictures taken by the park. Plus, uphill skiing is all the rage. (Of course it is.)

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1 Comment

  1. Disney World tried that for a couple of weeks only. Yesterday they announced they are no longer digitally adding masks.

    That’s not to say they aren’t enforcing things fairly well — there have been many reports of them actually stopping rides if a guest removes a mask and announcing the ride cannot continue until everyone puts their masks back on.

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