ORLANDO, Fla. – SeaWorld Orlando employees who are fully-vaccinated for COVID-19 will no longer be required to wear face masks starting Tuesday, according to an employee email obtained by Spectrum News.

What You Need To Know

  • SeaWorld Orlando changed its face-mask policy for employees

  • Fully-vaccinated employees no longer are required to wear masks

  • Those workers will have stickers on their name tags indicating they're vaccinated

  • SeaWorld and other Orlando theme parks recently updated face mask policies for visitors

​SeaWorld employees who aren’t wearing a mask will have a sticker on their name tags so visitors will know they are vaccinated, according to the email. All employees will be required to provide proof of vaccination.

Previously, SeaWorld said that all employees would have to continue to wear masks.

As for guests, SeaWorld announced earlier this month that fully-vaccinated visitors would no longer be required to wear masks at its Florida parks, including SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.  

Other theme parks in the area have also eased some of their health and safety measures. Disney World and Universal Orlando changed their policies to allow visitors to take off their masks outdoors. The parks do, however, require mask indoors and at attractions.