Disneyland

Amusement Parks v. COVID-19

Amusement parks such as the Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, located in Anaheim and Los Angeles respectively, have had their doors closed since March of 2020. California health officials declare that it is not yet safe for a reopening to occur, especially for the bigger amusement parks such as those mentioned above. 

As for large amusement parks, they are required to be in the “yellow” tier with a limit capacity of 25 percent.

 

California officials have set different guidelines for small theme parks and larger theme parks. Smaller amusement parks are allowed to have the capacity of 15,000 visitors while needing to be in the “orange” tier. As for large amusement parks, they are required to be in the “yellow” tier with a limit capacity of 25 percent. Once the parks reopen, there will be an implementation of a system of reservation allowing individuals to book visits ahead of time. There will also be a mandatory screening for visitors to check for symptoms and mandate masks everywhere in the park, the only exception being when you are drinking and eating. 

Late last month, the president of Disneyland Resort, Ken Potrock shared his opinion regarding these guidelines, saying how it is not feasible under the circumstances. With all their guidelines, the uncertainty regarding the opening rises, and according to health officials, the earliest the reopening can occur may be in summer of 2021.

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