California has continued to put new health and safety guidelines in place to make sure that both tourists and residents are protected.
As the state issues new and strict regulations, California may also be extending one of its previous guidelines into the beginning of 2021.
While California has been under a stay-at-home order since the start of December, the Los Angeles Times has reported that the state may be extending its stay-at-home order that expires today. Since the ICU capacity has dropped to 0% with cases at an all-time high, the renewed order may extend for several more weeks.
The stay-at-home restrictions place prohibitions on gatherings and outdoor restaurant dining and reduce capacity at retail stores. Some businesses may experience closures, including hair salons, nail salons, card rooms, museums, zoos, and aquariums.
For the stay-at-home order to end, California’s ICU capacity most likely will need to reach 15% or above. Currently, Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley regions are standing at 0% ICU capacity. We’ll update you on how any new guidelines may affect Disneyland and the Downtown Disney area.
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