The Walt Disney Family Museum Extends Closure Until At Least April 7
Just a few hours before the whole of San Francisco was shuttered, The Walt Disney Family Museum gave an update on their current closure.
Update on Museum Closure | March 16, 2020
We continue to closely monitor the guidance from public officials regarding COVID-19. Based on and in line with Mayor London Breed’s announcement today, The Walt Disney Family Museum will remain closed through April 7, 2020.
“We are continuing to send you and your families our best wishes during this time,” said Executive Director Kirsten Komoroske. “We appreciate your ongoing support and thoughtfulness, and we look forward to next seeing you at the museum.”
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On March 12, The Hollywood Reporter posted:
The Walt Disney Family Museum — which is not formally associated with The Walt Disney Co. — closed its doors this week after a relative of an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. On Thursday, the museum announced the employee, too, tested positive. It is unclear when the Presidio of San Francisco nonprofit, founded by the late Diane Disney Miller, will reopen.
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