It’s been nearly a year since Disneyland Resort’s theme parks have been closed due to the pandemic.
The parks were supposed to reopen last July, but that date was pushed back and government restrictions kept them from reopening. Today, California released new guidelines for reopening, allowing Disneyland Resort the possibility of reopening on April 1, 2021. Now, Disneyland’s President has shared more information on when they’ll release opening details!
In a statement released this evening, Disneyland Resort President Ken Potrock shared that he and the rest of the company are encouraged about these new guidelines for reopening. He said this move is “getting thousands of people back to work and greatly helping neighboring businesses and our entire community.”
He noted that the parks will reopen with responsible safety protocols that the company has put in place around the world already, and that they “look forward to sharing an opening date soon.” As stated in the guidelines earlier today, the parks will only be able to reopen in the “substantial” tier after April 1st and will operate at 15% capacity, with only California residents allowed to visit (as of now).
We’ll make sure to bring you any more updates on this situation and share the reopening details as soon as we receive them. Follow along with DFB for the latest!
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