Disneyland Can’t Reopen til Summer 2021

Published on October 22, 2020 by

Yesterday, the state of California announced its guidelines for theme park reopenings. The California Attractions and Parks Association Calls the State’s guidelines a ‘keep Theme Parks Closed Indefinitely Plan.’ The guidelines state that large theme parks like Disneyland cannot reopen until their county are in the state’s yellow tier. The Yellow tier is achieved when less than 1 daily new case of COVID-19 per 100,000 residents in the county and less than 2% positivity rate for tests.
So, when could Orange county reach the yellow tier? According to Director, Orange County Health Care Agency: “Personally, I think that we can look forward to a yellow tier by next summer, hopefully. Hopefully,” Once the county reaches that tier, they can only be open to 25% total capacity, indoor dining and drinking establishments within the park can only be operating at 25% and there must be a reservation system.


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