Those steps included introducing a reservation system that will require all guests — including annual passholders — to reserve their park entry in advance, as well as putting on hiatus experiences that draw large crowds, including parades, firework displays and character meet-and-greets.
The California parks have been closed since March due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) — marking only the third time in history that Disneyland has shut completely for reasons other than weather.
The news of Disneyland's delayed reopening comes as positive cases of COVID-19 surge in California.
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