The state of California is planning on fully reopening its economy on June 15th, effectively ending most pandemic-era restrictions on businesses and in public areas.
While the full extent of how the Disneyland Resort could change after June 15th has yet to be shared, Orange County Register has reported about one of the big changes both guests and Cast Members can expect.
On June 15th, the Disneyland Resort will end temperature checks for both their visitors and their employees. For guests, this includes the temperature checks at the Pixar Pals parking structure, the Downtown Disney entrance, and the Harbor Boulevard entrance.
According to Orange County Register, Cast Members will still be required to conduct at-home health checks before arriving for work, which includes temperature screenings. Over on the east coast, Disney World recently ended their temperature check protocol for both Cast Members and guests.
We’ll keep an eye on any additional developments coming out of the Disneyland Resort in the coming weeks as we approach June 15th! Be sure to follow along for all of the latest news.
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