California Governor Gavin Newsom says California is “getting closer” to issuing guidelines for theme parks, which have been closed since mid-March and are pushing the state to tell them when they can reopen.
According to The Orange County Register, the governor says conversations are ongoing with major amusement park operators.
Disneyland, Universal Studios, Knott’s Berry Farm, Six Flags Magic Mountain, SeaWorld San Diego and LEGOLAND California and other theme parks remain closed indefinitely while they await safety guidance from the state.
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California officials did not issue guidance for theme parks as part of the four-tier color-coded system for tracking COVID-19 trends. The new system will determine when counties can move forward with business reopenings as we head into flu season.
Disneyland has said once guidelines are released, the resort will work with the state and county toward a reopening date.