LOS ANGELES | Disneyland announced on Wednesday plan to re-open its famous park amusement california in mid-July, but with a capacity for “greatly reduced” and without the opportunity to kiss Mickey.
According to the plans revealed, which still require the green light of the authorities, the park in Anaheim, near Los Angeles, could see its first visitors from the 11th of July, after four months of total closure related to pandemic COVID-19.
Disneyland is the second theme park the most visited in the world, behind Disney World in Orlando, and usually attracts millions of tourists every year.
Disney World has already received the endorsement of the authorities and should reopen on the same date. The activities have already resumed at the Disneyland resort in Shanghai.
Amusement parks are an important revenue source for the number one of the entertainment world. Last month, Disney noted that its quarterly revenues in this sector of activity had fallen by more than half compared to the same quarter of 2019, mainly due to the coronavirus.
When the facilities in california will re-open, visitors will be required to book and abide by the rules of distancing physics, which prohibit the organization of the famous parades and other sounds, and lights at night.
The hotels the site should reopen the week following the resumption of activity in the park.