NEWS: Disneyland Could Increase Capacity as Orange County Moves to Next Tier

We’ve seen a lot of health and safety protocols in place around the nation in the last year, but especially in heavily populated states like California.

These changes have heavily affected California theme parks.

Since the pandemic began, there have been restrictions on business operations and mask mandates, all in an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We’ve seen several of these policies in Orange County, CA, where Disneyland Resort is located. And starting tomorrow, many of those policies will be relaxed as the county finally moves into the yellow tier.

California has been using a tiered approach to health and safety regulations, with counties getting classified into various categories based on case numbers. According to the Orange County Register, the number of cases has been less than 2 per 100,000 residents for the past two weeks, allowing the county to move into the less restrictive yellow tier.

Disneyland Health and Safety Measures from a few months ago.

With this change, some businesses will be allowed to reopen indoor service and expand attendance. Amusement parks are now able to increase capacity from 25% to 35%, which is a big deal for Disneyland Resort! This update also relaxes restrictions on bars, museums, zoos, and aquariums.

We’ll be looking out for changes at Disneyland Resort.

We’ll make sure to keep you updated as more information on this situation is released, including any capacity updates for Disneyland Resort. Stay tuned to AllEars for the latest!

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