But now, Tokyo Disneyland just announced they plan to start a phased reopening.
And while Disney World will begin reopening their parks beginning July 11th, Disneyland hadn’t announced their reopening date…until now.
If you are missing the Disney Parks while they’re closed, raise your hand high (both of ours are up in the air)!
Since many of the parks are closed indefinitely, many federal guidelines have started to be implemented as a way for them to reopen. And, while there’s no certain timeline for when the Disney parks will be opening its gates (excluding Shanghai Disneyland) back up to guests, yesterday’s Walt Disney Company Fiscal Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results Conference Call gave us a few details about the state of the Walt Disney Company!