Disneylands across California will finally open their doors to residents outside of the state beginning on June 15 as the theme park slowly reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials said on Wednesday.
On April 30, Disneyland and Disney California reopened to the public after months of being shut down due to the health crisis.
Company officials posted on their blog that state guidelines encouraged residents to be fully vaccinated before going to theme parks or get a negative test result prior to visiting.
Theme park authorities still require visitors to come in wearing face masks whether or not they are vaccinated. As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Disney has been revising its health and safety guidelines with the slow process of vaccination across the region.
“We’re going to be able to raise our capacity limits; we’ve actually already started that,” CEO Bob Chapek said in early May, CNBC reported.
On June 15, California will remove all COVID-19 restrictions which also limit theme parks to only 25% of their capacity.