Disneyland workers’ unions send letter to Newsom saying park opening date of July 17 is too early


When Disneyland reopens on July 17 after a nearly four-month coronavirus shutdown, parkkers will need reservations, masks and a healthy respect for social distancing, bolstered by a traveling team of trained workers.

Despite the precautions announced in recent weeks, Anaheim’s popular theme park plans to open have drawn opposition choir, including Disneyland workers who say the reopening is too soon.

A dozen unions representing approximately 17,000 Disneyland workers wrote a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday saying that it was still not safe to reopen the park.

In addition, a petition on Change.org requests that the reopening of the park be postponed until the number of coronavirus infections decreases. It has been signed by more than 40,000 people, including Disneyland employees, family members and annual pass holders.

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