Can you believe that Disneyland is reopening in a little over a week?
Now, obviously, things will be a little different in Disneyland from before it closed last year, and one of the biggest changes will be that the park will only be open to guests who are California residents. But there have been some questions raised about the state’s guidelines regarding this residency requirement.
We recently learned that some of the language in the California guidelines does allow for fully vaccinated out-of-state visitors to go to events and theme parks. According to KRON 4 News, the California Department of Public Health officials have said, “Yes, the addendum to the Blueprint grid permits fully vaccinated people from out of state to participate in activities restricted to in-state visitors. This includes theme parks.”
And SeaWorld San Diego has reportedly been allowing fully vaccinated out-of-state guests since April 16th. So what does this mean for Disneyland?
According to The Laughing Place, they have received confirmation on whether this will apply to Disneyland tickets. As of now, Disneyland will NOT allow out-of-state guests when it reopens on April 30th.
For the time-being, out-of-state visitors will have to wait to visit the West Coast Disney theme park. We will update you if this changes, and stay tuned as we bring you live updates from the reopening of Disneyland Resort on April 30th!
Are you excited for Disneyland’s reopening? Let us know in the comments!