For those who have been itching to get back to the Disneyland Resort, some good news was shared by Disney! Ever since the parks reopened up on April 30th, it’s been restricted to California residents only. Now that is changing, as of June 15th as the resort is now allowing out-of-state visitors.
It’s temporary for now until that date is lifted for outsiders to come. All guests that do visit must be from no more than three households. The State of California “strongly recommends” all guests to be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks. Even though Disney didn’t clarify for this type of requirement.
The theme park reservation system is also starting today, as the window to book a reservation is now up to 120 days. This allows guests to have more time to plan their visit and giving some flexibility. All proper face coverings must be required when enjoy the parks. Any changes towards the resort’s health and safety protocols can be read upon on Disneyland’s site by visiting here.
What will be your first thing back when you visit Disneyland for you out-of-state visitors? Leave it down in the comments below!
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