Orange County Shutting Down All Indoor Operations Due Spike in COVID-19 Cases; Downtown Disney District Reopening Potentially Impacted

Due to an alarming spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases, California Governor Gavin Newsom has ordered that all counties on the “monitoring list” for the state, including Orange County, close indoor operations to mitigate spread.

Effective immediately, all restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and family entertainment, zoos, museums, and cardrooms must close all indoor operations. Bars must close all operations completely.

With the guidance in place for at least three weeks, and Downtown Disney District still slated for a July 9 reopening, this may directly impact a number of eateries across the shopping and dining complex. Some locations that offer outdoor dining may continue to operate just the outdoor section of seating.

We’ll continue to update you on any further details regarding the new regulations, as well as any upcoming announcements from Disneyland Resort regarding modified operations.

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bill
bill
5 months ago

Talk about overreaction no one stopped the tens of thousands protesting and now law abiding tax payers suffer this is very bad for the economy of CA

Mandy, yes, that one
Mandy, yes, that one
5 months ago

It is confusing that there are two Orange Counties, one in California and one in Florida. Let’s all agree to rename Florida’s to Lime County!