Disneyland will delay the reopening of theme parks and resort hotels


Disneyland will not reopen as scheduled on 17 July Disney announced on Wednesdayciting a lack of guidance from the authorities in california. The announcement comes as the company moves forward with its plans to reopen the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida – in spite of the fear local that it can exacerbate the spread of the coronavirus.”The State of California has indicated that it would not publish guidelines for the reopening of theme parks prior to July 4,” said Disney in a press release. “Given the time that we need to bring back thousands of members of the cast at work, and restart our business, we have no other choice than to delay the re-opening of our theme parks and resort hotels until we receive the approval of the representatives of the government. ”

“Once we have a better understanding of when the guidelines will be published, we expect to be able to communicate a re-opening date,” added the company.

Downtown Disney will reopen its doors on 9 July, said the company, noting that the reopening had been previously approved in accordance with the openings of restaurants and retail stores throughout the State.


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