Disneyland in California reopened for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic

The number of visitors who can stay at the same time on its territory is strictly limited, and therefore entry is possible only if you book in advance.

The Walt Disney Company’s amusement parks reopened in California on Friday. The corresponding statement was published on Twitter.

Earlier it was reported that the parks Disneyland and the adjacent Disney California Adventure, located in the city of Anaheim, will resume work on April 30. They have been closed since mid-March last year amid the new coronavirus pandemic. After more than 13 months of downtime, the management of the parks found it possible to open them, but so far exclusively for residents of California.

“Everyone who wanted to visit this wonderful place is welcome back,” the tweet reads. “California residents, start planning your visit now.”

According to the information on the theme park’s website, the number of visitors who can stay on its territory at a time is strictly limited. Therefore entry is only possible if you make a reservation in advance. Visitors will be forced to wear protective masks throughout the park. In addition, employees can check their documents confirming registration in California and measure the temperature. The management of the park, for its part, promises to take all necessary measures to prevent the spread of infection. Disneyland in Anaheim opened on July 17, 1955. It was the first of five amusement parks created based on The Walt Disney Company cartoons. Before the pandemic, it was visited by up to 19 million people annually.

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