Disneyland reopens after Covid

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Disneyland in California has reopened for the first time in over a year.

California is Disney’s original theme park and was opened in 1955.

However, the experience will be slightly different. Due to Covid there will be no hugs with Mickey, Minnie and the other Disney characters. Number will also be limited to only a quarter of their usual visitor numbers.

All guests aged two and over will be required to wear a face mask and have their temperatures taken when they arrive.

The parades, and the nightly fireworks displays have been cancelled too, to make sure crowds do not gather.

Despite the rules bookings have been strong and there is currently a waiting list until June to get a ticket.

There are six Disneyland parks around the world – California, Florida, Paris, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.

The company’s most-visited resort, Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, reopened in July 2020.

Currently the parks in Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong are also open too, but Disneyland Paris is still closed.

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