Disneyland announced that, for the first time since the park reopened last month, out-of-state visitors will be allowed. The effective date of the announcement, June 15, is also the date California will lift all capacity and social distancing restrictions.
The announcement reminds guests that everyone needs to wear a mask throughout Disneyland Resort — which includes the park-adjacent hotel properties the company runs. In addition, says Disney, “The State of California strongly recommends that all guests be fully vaccinated or obtain a negative Covid-19 test prior to entering the theme parks.” That would seem to be more of a request to park guests than an order.
In order to make planning more amenable to out-of-state guests, the park has extended its reservation window.
“Beginning today,” reads the release, “the booking window for theme park reservations has expanded out to 120 days, allowing guests even more time to plan their return to the resort! Check the theme park reservation calendar for availability.”
The other announcement from the park on Wednesday was the planned reopening of the reimagined Jungle Cruise ride on June 16. That puts the ride’s reopening about six weeks ahead of the July 30 bow of its Dwayne Johnson-starring Jaume Collet-Serra-directed film of the same name.
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