According to CNN, parks located in the zone where more than seven cases of coronavirus infection are registered per day will operate at 15% of the maximum capacity. At the same time, only residents of the state will be able to book tickets in advance.
All amusement parks in the state of California, including Disneyland, as well as concert venues and sports venues, will be able to receive visitors again from April 1 after almost a year of downtime due to restrictions imposed by the state authorities in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. This was reported on Friday by CNN with reference to the state authorities.
According to him, parks located in the “red” zone (an area where more than seven coronavirus infections are registered per day) will operate only at 15% of the maximum capacity. At the same time, only residents of the state will be able to book tickets in advance. “We feel that now is the right time to somehow resume such activities in a safe, measured, and cautious manner,” the TV channel quotes Mark Galey, who is responsible for health and social security in the state.
It is noted that currently, the counties of Los Angeles and Orange, where Disneyland and the amusement park of the Universal Studios film company are located, are in the “purple” zone – the area with the most difficult situation in terms of the number of people infected with coronavirus daily. However, it is expected that within a few weeks, the situation will improve, and the status of these districts will be changed to a safer one.
Concert venues and sports venues in the “red” zone will be able to host 20% of the maximum number of visitors, in the safer “orange” zone – 33%, and in the “yellow” zone, where minimum restrictions apply – 67%.