Disneyland Adopting Additional Health & Safety Protocols Including Signs in Spanish After Visit From Health Care Officials

Orange County Health Care Agency officials have visited Disneyland, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney District to observe the health and safety protocols the resort has put in place. Following the tour, Disneyland is implementing several recommendations from the officials, including:

  • Adding Spanish language signs with health and safety information
  • Placing social distancing markers outside restrooms
  • Installing more hand sanitizing stations at attractions

Orange County Health Care Agency recently gave their approval for Disneyland Resort to reopen. Disneyland has been butting heads with California Governor Newsom in regards to theme parks reopening. This week, Disneyland’s Chief Medical Officer released a statement criticizing Newsom’s decision to keep theme parks closed. As of yesterday, Disneyland Resort has canceled theme park reservations through October 24.

Incorporating the suggestions from Orange County Health Care officials could mean Disneyland is one step closer to opening, especially with Spanish signs ensuring more guests can read and understand protocols.

Source: Orange County Register

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  1. I like how Knotts “Fall-O-Ween” events attendees must walk through a stanchioned room that measures temperature prior to entering the park. Not sure about the science here but we felt much more comfortable knowing everyone was checked beforehand. Perhaps this is a cue that Disneyland could implement. Worst case scenario, keep the rides closed but at least let us visit the park with a host of outside dining options.

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