Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park still don’t have an official reopening date set.
For quite some time, several individuals and groups including Disney officials, California legislators, a trade association leader who represents Disneyland and others, and more have called on Governor Newsom to issue the theme park reopening guidelines that these locations need to properly reopen.
According to The Orange County Register, we may finally get to see those guidelines. The OCR reports that the press secretary for Governor Newsom has stated that reopening guidelines for California’s theme parks will be issued this week.
These guidelines will be issued by the California Department of Public Health and will ultimately be incorporated into the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy.” Over a month ago, Governor Newsom indicated that these guidelines were “forthcoming.” Just earlier this week, we heard that the guidelines were “very close,” and it seems as though that may indeed be the case.
We still have no official word in terms of what these guidelines will specifically include, but the issuance of these guidelines should allow Disney to better understand what steps need to be taken to properly reopen. We will be on the lookout for any more updates and let you know what we find.
The construction scaffolding has been removed from Disneyland’s Emporium — click here to see photos!
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