Downtown Disney District in Anaheim, California, will reopen on July 9 and just a week after, on July 17, Disneyland and sister theme park Disney’s California Adventure. Finally, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will open July 23, pending state and local government approval.
Disneyland website says, the park will have “enhanced health and safety measures,” including the following:
-Mandatory face coverings for cast members and guests.
-Hand-washing stations and physical barriers, where appropriate.
-Reduced theme park capacity to enable physical distancing.
-Signs to help guests “move responsibly throughout the property.”
-Temperature checks on all guests before they enter the Downtown Disney District or the theme parks.
-Health screenings and temperature checks daily for cast members.
-Cashless transactions are recommended, and mobile orders are being expanded to reduce cast member and guest interactions.
-Parades, nighttime shows and meet-and-greets with Disney characters will not resume immediately. Characters will roam the parks, though.
Disney World is also planning to reopen Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom on July 11, followed by Epcot and Disney Hollywood Studios on July 15.
An enhanced health acknowledgment has been released, which explains that by entering the park, guests confirm they do not have COVID-19 symptoms identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, new loss of taste or smell and more.
Guests must not be under “any self-quarantine orders” nor have been “in contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms without completing a 14-day quarantine.”
For more information you can visit disneyland.disney.go.com
Source: USA TODAY.