Disneyland theme parks in California set to open on April 30

 Friday, March 19, 2021 


Walt Disney recently informed that two of its theme parks in California is set to reopen on April 30 to a limited number of guests, over a year after they closed because due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Disney Chief Executive Bob Chapek informed that attendance will initially be capped at roughly 15% of capacity.

Advance reservations and an admission ticket will be required for entry. Guests age 2 and up will need to wear masks, except when eating, drinking, or swimming, and follow other safety measures including temperature checks before entering and maintaining  social distancing on rides and throughout the parks. Capacity in the parks may be increased under state guidelines if the prevalence of coronavirus in the area continues to fall.

The Disneyland Resort, located in Anaheim 35 miles southeast of Los Angeles, closed in Mid-March of 2020. The resort includes the original Disneyland, nicknamed “The Happiest Place on Earth,” and the adjacent California Adventure theme parks. Florida’s Walt Disney World parks reopened to visitors in July 2020 and Disney officials had been urging the state of California to ease reopening restrictions.

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