Disneyland Reopening: Things To Remember
With so much news coming out of Anaheim, it makes sense that folks might be a little confused about what to expect once the gates of Disneyland reopen.
However, it IS possible to narrow it down.
Disneyland reopening: Resort will require mandatory face coverings for cast members, guests
When the Disneyland Resort plans to reopen in July, there will be some new health and safety measures in place including mandatory face coverings and temperature checks for guests and cast members.
Cloobeck highlighted the following insights:
According to Disneyland’s website, these enhanced health and safety measures include:
- Mandatory face coverings for both cast members and guests
- The addition of hand-washing stations and physical barriers throughout the resort, where appropriate
- Reduced theme park capacity to ensure physical distancing
- Appropriate signs added to help guests move throughout the resort
- Temperature checks for guests prior to entering the theme parks, Downtown Disney District
- Daily health screenings and temperature checks for cast members
- Expansion of Mobile Order through the Disneyland app, Apple pay and more
- Enhanced cleaning and sanitation throughout the resort
Of course, the Disneyland website is your best bet for information and updates, but Cloobeck’s notes are a great breakdown. And there’s a video to help, too.
ABC7.com also quoted Josh D’Amaro, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products.
He said, “We are purposefully taking baby steps during this very intentional phased approach.
“As one of the first major theme parks to close our operations and the last to reopen, we have been deliberate about keeping the health and safety of our cast, guests and local communities top of mind.”
With those important factors noted, Disneyland will continue to mandate face coverings.
“We’re fortunate to be guided by a talented team of professionals who’ve helped us implement a variety of new health and safety measures reflecting the guidance of local health and government authorities,” added D’Amaro in the official release. “These are designed with both the Cast and Guests in mind for the unique environments of each of our parks, resorts, and stores.”