It’s hard to believe Disneyland has remained closed for almost a year now due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While Walt Disney World has reopened safety in Florida back in the summer of 2020, Disneyland Resort remains closed. The tension and disagreement between the tourism industry and California’s Governor has been no secret as there’s been a push to reopen California theme parks, particularly Disneyland. Well, now California Legislators have introduced a bill in an attempt to hasten Disneyland’s reopening.
As reported by USAToday: California Assemblywomen Sharon Quirk Silva, D-Buena Park, and Suzette Valladares, R-Santa Clarita, introduced a bipartisan bill aimed at hastening the reopening of Disneyland, which has been shuttered since March, and other California theme parks.
The bill proposes to move larger theme parks, including Disneyland, to California’s orange tier, which is one of the benchmark levels for reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The new bill goes against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, which doesn’t allow larger theme parks to reopen until the county in which each park is located reaches the yellow tier. USA TODAY was unable to reach Newsom’s office for comment.
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What are your thoughts? Is it safe to reopen Disneyland Resort? We’re thankful Walt Disney World remains open and continues to be a strong example of how to get back to the magic safety. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more about this new bill.