Although Disney World was able to open in July of 2020, Disneyland has been unable to open because of the strict guidelines the state of California set for theme parks to be able to open. Now, California has released updated theme park reopening guidelines as the biggest theme parks in Southern California prepare to reopen.
On October 20th, the state of California released its reopening guidelines.
Although Disneyland has not released a reopening date yet, we can’t help but wonder what the west coast parks will look like when they do reopen. Based on the guidelines, this is what we expect Disneyland’s reopening to look like for guests!
We’ve seen Walt Disney World make a lot of changes in an effort to keep its guests as safe as possible. From requiring all guests to wear masks in its theme parks, to keeping things extra-clean and sanitized, a lot of changes have been made around the parks.
But it’s not just the theme parks that are working to keeping guests safe. Walt Disney World is also taking extra measures at its golf courses. Fore!
This week marks the first month since Disney World reopened after its longest closure in history. Disneyland Resort’s theme parks and hotels, however, have yet to reopen.
Select Disney World resorts have reopened today! We’ve already used online check-in to bypass the front desk and we’ve also explored the new Mobile Dine Check-In feature using the My Disney Experience app!
But now it’s time to go for a quick dip (it IS summer, after all!). That why we’re slathering on our sunblock, slipping on our flip flops, and are heading over to our resort’s pool to check out the scene!
Yesterday, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings spoke about the current state of the global health crisis and its impact on the Orlando-area recently. During this time, he reported that he didn’t like the numbers he was seeing.
In the last week, the number of cases places like Orange County (where Disney World partially resides) has significantly risen.
In a press briefing that was issued today, California Governor Newsom announced he was almost ready to move to Phase Two of his reopening plan.
California has been under a stay at home order since March 19th. And while Newsom presented a four-staged approach for reopening businesses and public spaces throughout his state last Thursday, he didn’t discuss an official start date.