Disneyland, California theme parks push for reopening


The coronavirus pandemic has had a negative impact on theme parks such as Disneyland, with hundreds of millions in tax revenue lost and many nearby local businesses closing permanently. – EPA pic, September 16, 2020.

DISNEYLAND, Universal Studios and other theme parks have called on California officials to set out the health criteria required for them to reopen, warning that tens of thousands of jobs are at stake.

Six months after some 30 amusement parks closed “voluntarily in response to Covid,” the California Parks and Attractions Association said it had created robust measures to protect visitors and workers, but guidance from the state “has not been forthcoming”.


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