BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has updated its face mask policy for vaccinated visitors, citing the recent rise of COVID-19 cases and the Delta variant.
What You Need To Know
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex updates face mask policy
- Vaccinated visitors required to wear face masks in all indoor locations
- KSC cited recent rise in COVID cases and Delta variant as reason for change
- CDC recently issued updated guidance for vaccinated people in public indoor spaces
“All guests, including those vaccinated against COVID-19, are required to wear face coverings in all indoor locations,” read the update on the complex’s website.
Indoor locations include all attractions at the complex, attraction queues, show viewing areas, restaurants and buses.
Fully vaccinated visitors are not required to wear face masks when outdoors.
The change comes just over a month after the complex lifted the indoor mask rule for vaccinated visitors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also recently issued new guidance, recommending vaccinated people wear masks in public indoor settings in areas of “substantial or high transmission.”
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex becomes the first major attraction in Central Florida to update its mask policy following the latest guidance from the CDC. Other health and safety measures remain in place at the complex, including capacity limits, social distancing, and frequent cleaning.