If you have your travel plans on hold due to coronavirus, you may be wondering, “When will the Disney Parks reopen?” If so, the Points Guy has some useful information to help guide your planning!
ThePointsGuy ~ “In mid-March, both Disney World and Disneyland closed their gates to guests due to growing coronavirus concerns. In fact, all of the Disney theme parks around the world are currently and indefinitely closed due to the pandemic. More than 100,000 Disney employees, known as cast members, have been furloughed effective last week. While the park closure within the U.S. was initially announced as running only through April 1, here in late-April, the gates to the magic remain locked with no announced reopening date.
We know that Disney, and probably all the major theme parks, will look very different in a socially distanced world when they can reopen. We have an outline of how the parks may change the way they operate to keep guests safer based on statements from Disney’s executive chairman Bob Iger, what’s happening at Shanghai Disneyland, and the parks’ technical capabilities and resources.
But, until now, we haven’t dug into when guests may again walk down Main Street U.S.A.” ~ ThePointsGuy
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