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PHOTOS: Updated Video Screens at Disneyland Resort Ticket Booths Now Only Display Downtown Disney District Offerings

Another clue that Disneyland won’t be ready for opening for some time shows up on the video screens at the ticket booths. The screens now read “Downtown Disney District” instead of Disneyland, as they did in weeks prior. If we didn’t know better, we might wonder when Disneyland became Downtown Disney District?

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One of the display screens at the ticket booth features the usual health and safety warnings and guidelines for COVID-19.

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While we’re all about health and safety, we didn’t expect the screen to address the public as Downtown Disney District. It appears both Governor Gavin Newsom’s lack of response to questions about Disneyland and this new video display suggests a longer wait before guests may return.

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These screens didn’t feature any videos. They simply acted as promotions posters for Downtown Disney District.

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Regardless of the poor news about Disneyland reopening, fans of the resort continued to stroll through the common area between Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

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Matt
Matt
9 days ago

I hope they allow face
Shields like universal for guest who are exempt from face covering requirements.
The cdc and cdph guidelines say that a person who has a physical disability or mental health disability or developmental disability that prevents wearing a face covering. I contacted Disney directly as well as the labor unions and gov and oc dept of health and dr Ghaly directly and never got a response.

Lauren
Lauren
8 days ago
Reply to  Matt

No, you’ll have to wear it. Just like flying. If you’re to fragile for a mask you shouldn’t go anyway as you’d probably be most vulnerable.

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