Well, Universal Orlando updated its mask policy once again.

The updated policy, which is set to take effect August 3rd, 2020 further clarifies which type of face masks are permitted at the resort.

Unlike Walt Disney World, neck gaiters are allowed at Universal Orlando provided that it covers your nose and mouth. On the other hand, Universal has specified in their policy that bandannas are not permitted.

“Face coverings that are unable to be secured under your chin, such as bandannas, are not permitted,” according to the policy.

Universal changed their policy regarding when visitors could remove their masks at the theme parks, as well as CityWalk.

The policy reads as follows;

“Guests must wear face coverings at all times unless they are actively eating or drinking, and they must also be socially distanced from other travel parties while consuming their food or beverage,” the policy read.

Obviously, this stems from visitors removing their masks while walking throughout the parks. Since June 2020, Universal Orlando has required both employees and guests to wear face masks at the resort.

Rumours have begun to spread that face coverings will be required at Orlando’s theme park throughout Spring 2021.