Disneyland and other California theme parks shut down by the COVID-19 pandemic can reopen during Stage 3 of Governor Gavin Newsom’s four-stage plan for reopening California’s economy, according to state officials.
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“Theme parks are slated to open in Stage 3 if the rate of spread of COVID-19 and hospitalizations remain stable,” according to California Health and Human Services Agency spokesperson Kate Folmar via the OC Register.
Newsom believes California could move into Stage 3 sometime in June.
California theme parks are among the “higher risk” businesses and gatherings that would reopen in Stage 3 with adaptations and limits on the size of gatherings, according to Folmar.
Other Stage 3 close-contact businesses and gatherings include salons, gyms, theaters, religious services, weddings and sporting events without live audiences.