During The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders, Bob Chapek shared that Disneyland is planning to reopen in “Late April.”
- Earlier this month, California Governor Gavin Newsom approved theme parks to reopen with 15% capacity as of April 1st so long as the county they reside in is in the red zone on the Blueprint for a Safer Economy.
- Disneyland President Ken Potrock released a letter shortly after the news was released explaining that the resort is eager to reopen and will share more information in the coming weeks.
- During The Walt Disney Company’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders, CEO Bob Chapek said the resort is working to reopen and hopes to be up and running by “Late April.”
- No official date was given and this is just a goal. Disneyland will announce a formal reopening date when they’re ready to do so.
- Chapek shared that it will take time to not only get the parks ready, but also to get Cast Members back to work.
- Disney is encouraged by the pent-up demand for their theme park experiences both domestically and internationally.
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