Disneyland installs 23,000+ coronavirus safety measures to prepare for reopening

Disneyland plans to install more than 23,000 coronavirus health and safety measures to prepare for the eventual reopening of the Anaheim theme park resort now that California has issued guidelines for the state’s major tourist destinations to return to full operation.

Disney will roll out thousands of COVID-19 sanitization stations, protective barriers and warning signs by the time Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and Disney’s three Anaheim hotels fully reopen alongside Downtown Disney.

Disneyland, DCA and other California theme parks closed in mid-March amid the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. Newly issued reopening guidelines could leave large California theme parks like Disneyland closed for weeks, months or even more than a year. …

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