Disneyland closed their doors due to COVID-19 over 6 months ago. While Disney Parks have begun phased reopening around the globe, Disneyland can’t seem to get the guidelines needed for reopening from the state of California. New progress has been made however as the Orange County Health Care Agency now recommends the state allow the parks to reopen.
As shared by the OCRegister: The Orange County Health Care Agency has recommended the state allow Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and Knott’s Berry Farm to reopen once Orange County moves into the “moderate” tier of Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, according to county health officer and agency director Clayton Chau.
Orange County remains in the “substantial” tier and could move into the “moderate” tier within the next few weeks.
Disney announced last week 28,000 employees will be laid off at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Disney parks chairman Josh D’Amaro stated the impact has been “exacerbated in California by the State’s unwillingness to lift restrictions that would allow Disneyland to reopen.”
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Our fingers are crossed in hopes that we will finally see Disneyland reopen soon!