Disneyland Is Delaying Proposed July 17 Reviving Of Anaheim Amusement Parks.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has been in contact with Disney and other California amusement park administrators about his interests in regards to reviving.
“The Governor values Disney’s responsiveness to his interests about reviving in the midst of the ongoing increments in COVID-19 diseases across numerous Southern California provinces,” Newsom’s correspondences executive Nathan Click said through email.
“The state and our general wellbeing specialists keep on being in contact with the organization and their laborers — just as other amusement parks in the state — as we track and battle the spread of the infection.”
Disneyland has been shut since mid-March because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Disney had proposed reviving the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure amusement parks on July 17 pending government endorsement. The Disney’s Grand Californian and Disney’s Paradise Pier inns were booked to revive on July 23.
The postponement basically returns Disneyland to its past reviving status: Closed until further notification.
“When we have a more clear comprehension of when rules will be discharged, we hope to have the option to impart a reviving date,” as indicated by an announcement from Disneyland.
The deferral by the state in giving amusement park reviving rules will likewise delay the July 1 reviving dates proposed by Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags Magic Mountain, SeaWorld San Diego, and Legoland California. Knott’s Berry Farm was the main major Southern California amusement park that had not proposed a reviving date.
Downtown Disney will even now revive as anticipated July 9 with COVID-19 wellbeing and security conventions set up as recently declared.
“The opening of our Downtown Disney District has been recently affirmed in accordance with café and retail openings all through California,” as indicated by an announcement from Disneyland.
An alliance of associations speaking to 17,000 Disneyland cast individuals had sent a letter requesting Gov. Newsom stop Disney’s Anaheim amusement parks from reviving on July 17 out of worry for worker security.