When the Walt Disney World parks open, scheduled now for July 11th (Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom) and 15th (EPCOT and Hollywood Studios), guests will be required to wear masks — but not everywhere, which will be a relief during the middle of summer.

Per a blog entry at theme-park site Inside the Magic, all four Disney World theme parks are set to have mask-free zones, referred to as “relaxation zones,” where guests can remove their face coverings for a period of time. The Universal Orlando parks and SeaWorld, already open, also feature these mask-free zones with tables and chairs where guests are able to get a periodic reprieve from their face coverings in the Florida summer heat.

Like the adults, kids over three years old will have to wear a mask to cover their small faces,  except when dining. These policies will also apply to all cast members and beloved characters. The blog post expounded on the prospect of masks for the entire family:

“At the end of the day, guests’ needs are secondary to guests’ health and safety to the Walt Disney Company. (CEO Bob) Chapek and Co., of course, want to get us all back in the Disney parks with our favorite characters to create more timeless stories. But they also need to ensure that the virus is contained which means if they say wear a mask, both you and your child will have to don a face mask if you want to visit Walt Disney World. However, as nothing has yet been announced, we’ll have to wait and see what both American Disney resorts decide to do when they finally reopen during this challenging time … As for dealing with that Orlando heat, again, we’ll have to put our faith in The Walt Disney Company. It’s up to Disney to ensure that every adult, child, and Disney character performer on park grounds are as safe as they can be.”