Disneyland and Disney California Adventure are set to reopen its doors after months of being out of operation due to the Coronavirus outbreak, said a CNN report.
The famous franchise will begin it’s phased reopening of it’s theme parks on July 17.
Disney announced last month that it was implementing safety measures to reopen and prevent the spread of coronavirus in its theme parks.
The Walt Disney Company CEO, Bob Chapek said, they had taken precautions and sought the advice of different medical professionals, from local health officials, state health officials, national health officials, and their well-qualified doctors to create a policy that revolves around safety.
Guests and Disney employees will be required to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks before getting inside the parks. Parades, fireworks, and events that bring crowds together will be temporarily suspended.
Different Disney Park’s all over the world temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Shanghai Disneyland reopened its doors on May 11.