Here’s what you need to know.
Disneyland is hoping to convince Gov. Gavin Newsom that the happiest place on earth is also one of the safest places in California.
The theme park has adopted new health and safety recommendations in an effort to spur officials to allow it to welcome back guests, even as Newsom claimed this week that the state is in no hurry to reopen it.
The health and safety recommendations came from the Orange County Health Care Agency and Anaheim officials, who toured Disneyland and Disney California Adventure last week to view the COVID-19 measures adopted by the theme parks, the O.C. Register reported.
They include physical distancing measures and plastic shields on rides.