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California’s Disneyland Reopening April 1st…

California’s Disneyland Reopening April 1st…

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Disneyland, Sports, Other CA Live Events Can Reopen April 1… Not an April Fool’s joke…

Disneyland Resort, Universal Studios, Magic Mountain, and other theme parks across the Golden State received some long-awaited news Friday — they are potentially allowed to reopen April 1, according to new guidelines shared by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office.

Theme parks, sports and other live activities may resume with limited capacity when counties reach the red tier as of April 1.

The rules also apply to things like Major League Baseball and other sporting events.

California’s secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly spoke on the changes to the ‘Blueprint for a Safer Economy’ Friday.

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The changes mean theme parks are allowed to reopen at 15 percent capacity when the county reaches the red tier. Orange County, home to Disneyland, is expected to be moved into the red tier on March 17.

When they advance to the “orange” tier, capacity, all will be increased to 25 percent, and in the least-restrictive “yellow” tier, a capacity of 35 percent will be allowed.

The reopening does not include indoor rides at this time, and the theme parks would be reopened only to California residents.

Outdoor sports and live performance venues can also reopen as early as April 1, also with capacity limits based on the county’s tier ranking.

For counties in the most restrictive “purple” tier, outdoor venues will be strictly limited to a total of 100 people, with only local residents permitted, advance reservations or tickets required and no concessions or concourse sales allowed.

When counties reach the less-restrictive “red” tier, capacity will be increased to 20 percent, with primarily in-seat concessions allowed. In the even less-restrictive “orange” tier, 33 percent capacity will be allowed, and in the top “yellow” tier, capacity will increase to 67 percent. Only in-state visitors will be permitted to the venues in counties in the “red,” “orange” and “yellow” tiers.

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