Almost one year ago, Disneyland closed its gates and has remained closed since.
Parts of California Adventure and Downtown Disney District have been able to reopen, but California ordinances have not permitted the theme park to bring in guests.
However, according to The Orange County Register, California state assembly members have proposed a new bill that would speed up the reopening of Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood.
Under current California reopening guidelines, small theme parks with a capacity of fewer than 15,000 guests can reopen in moderate tier 3 (or orange). But, large theme parks, like Disneyland, have a higher health standard that does not allow them to reopen until the state reaches the minimal tear 4 in COVID-19 cases.
The new bill would override Governor Gavin Newsom’s guidelines and allow all theme parks to open in the same tier. If the bill does not pass, Disneyland and other large theme parks in the state would likely remain closed through the spring or summer of 2021.
We’ll continue to keep you updated with any further news or updates regarding Disneyland’s reopening.
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