Disney Slams California Officials for ‘Unworkable’ COVID-19 Guidelines Around Reopening

The Walt Disney Company is ripping California’s strict protocols for reopening its theme parks in Anaheim, arguing the “arbitrary guidelines” are “unworkable” and hold it to a “vastly different” standard than other businesses.

Disneyland, which opened in July 1955, has been shuttered for seven months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Tuesday, California Health and Human Services Agency announced the theme park can reopen, but only at a limited capacity of 25 percent.

Disney pointed to its reopenings at Florida’s Walt Disney World, France’s Euro Disney and its parks in Asia as proof that its protocols were safe.

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