To say that this pandemic is a moving target is the understatement of a lifetime. Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort have been doing their very best to keep up with the Joneses by routinely adding clarification to their policies on face coverings for guests and cast members. Now, it seems that Disney has banned another mask.

It has been reported that Disney will be adding additional clarification to their mask guidelines, stipulating that “face coverings containing valves, mesh material or holes of any kind are not acceptable face coverings.”

As Disney has stated, “Face coverings are intended to reduce the transfer of respiratory droplets, and exhalation valves and materials with holes do not adequately filter air that is exhaled.”

This updated clarification follows Disney’s updated policy regarding face coverings while eating and drinking. Guests may only remove face coverings while actively eating or drinking, but you should be stationary and maintain appropriate physical distancing.

Recently, Universal Orlando Resort has also taken it upon itself to update its face covering guidelines, banning masks with exhalation valves and mesh or holes of any kind.

While Disney has yet to update the official face-covering guidelines on the Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort websites, we’re sure that it’s coming soon.