Disneyland Officially Says Stay Closed Until Mid-2021
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Disneyland officially says they are closed until mid-2021. They closed the doors when the pandemic increase. Mouse House shuttered all theme parks in an uncertain period, attempting to prevent a future pandemic crisis.

This is the first of two theme parks built at the Disneyland Resort in California, US, and launched on July 17, 1955. It is the only theme park designed and built to completion under Walt Disney. It was normally the attraction of the park. They changed its official name to Disneyland Park in the 90s. It was the first Disney theme park worldwide.

Walt Disney Company figured out plans to stay in business that including filling up the Disney+ catalog. They also raised $11 billion in debt, and laying off 28,000 employees.

According to earlier Variety, Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure will remain closed until 2021 in order to adhere to state guidelines. This from safety rules from the state.

In the press statement, Disney CEO Bob Chapek talked and revealed his thoughts on keeping Disneyland closed:

“We are extremely disappointed that the state of California continues to keep closed. Frankly, as we and other civic leaders have stated before, we believe state leadership should look objectively at what we’ve achieved successfully at our parks around the world, all based on science as opposed to setting an arbitrary standard.”

When is the opening date for Disneyland?

Unfortunately, this park closed until COVID-19 cases drop below 1 per 100,000 cases in the county. However, Orange County continues to witness 4 coronavirus cases per 100,000.

Disneyland can’t open until mid-2021.

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