California Assembly Bill Could Speed Up Reopening of Disneyland and Other Theme Parks

Shannen Ace

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California Assembly Bill Could Speed Up Reopening of Disneyland and Other Theme Parks

Shannen Ace

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California Assembly Bill Could Speed Up Reopening of Disneyland and Other Theme Parks

California state assembly members have proposed a new bill that would speed up the reopening of Disneyland Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood theme parks.

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Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva (D-Fulerton) announced the bill which would require the state to allow all theme parks to reopen in the same tier of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Currently, small theme parks (capacity less than 15,000) can reopen in the orange/moderate tier 3. Large theme parks, such as Disneyland, can reopen in the yellow/minimal tier 4.

California theme parks are approaching a year of being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source: OC Register

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2 thoughts on “California Assembly Bill Could Speed Up Reopening of Disneyland and Other Theme Parks”

  1. dear disney. take a clue from so many other companies and leave california. they realize the problems of today will only grow into worse problems tomorrow. do you?

  2. It’s about time an elected official did something, a Democrat no less! It would be good for them to see, as well as Californians who voted for Newsome, how lockdowns and shutting down businesses DO NOT WORK!

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