The move brings 1,000 employees back to work, says Disneyland president Ken Potrock.
California Adventure at the Disneyland Resort will expand outdoor dining and indoor shopping next month.
Disneyland president Ken Potrock made the announcement on Monday, commemorating the 20th anniversary of Disney California Adventure Park. The move comes after Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted the stay-at-home order last month for several counties that he put in place in December as cases of COVID-19 skyrocketed throughout the state.
California Adventure’s tentative, mid-March, partial reopening will bring 1,000 employees back to work, Potrock noted. Downtown Disney reopened for outdoor dining and indoor shopping last July. California Adventure also initially opened for indoor shopping and outdoor dining last November. The stay-at-home put in place shortly thereafter caused a major kink. Now, California Adventure will open for a “limited time ticketed experience” for food and beverage offerings “multiple days per week” at the park, according to Potrock.
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