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Reopening: Anaheim Businesses

There are no major pandemic restrictions for Anaheim businesses and other establishments and public places.

For the Public

Capacity limits
There are no capacity limits for businesses and organizations beyond regular public safety and fire marshal limits.

Social distancing, signs    
There are no longer state guidelines or recommendations for social distancing or limiting of customers in public spaces. Signs and floor markers are no longer required.

Masks

As of March 1, 2022, California has updated its indoor mask mandateMasks are recommended indoors, regardless of vaccination status, but not required.


It is up to individuals whether or not they want to wear a mask indoors in public. Individual businesses also can decide whether to require masks among the public indoors or not.


Large events

As of April 1, 2022, in Anaheim and all of California, indoor events of 1,000 or more people will no longer be required to verify attendee proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.


You can read more here.


While no longer required, California still strongly recommends that large indoor venues or indoor event organizers verify vaccination or negative test. The state also recommends outdoor venues do so as well.



Disneyland Resort

Anaheim's theme parks in the Disneyland Resort do not require vaccination or negative test verification.


As of Feb. 17, 2022, vaccinated visitors to the Disneyland Resort are strongly recommended to wear a mask indoors. Masks are required of everyone on shuttles and some other select situations. Click  here to read more.


Anaheim City Hall, other city facilities

Anaheim follows California's mask policy. Masks are recommended indoors but not required.  


Anaheim does not verify vaccine status for visitors (with the exception of large events at the Anaheim Convention Center where event organizers choose to).


For Employees, Workplaces

State masking rules for workplaces and employees were brought into alignment with those for the public on March 1, 2022.


Masks are recommended indoors for all workers, regardless of vaccination status, but not required.


Employees are still welcome to wear masks at work as they choose. Employers also could still require masks if they choose.