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    California Governor Gavin Newsom Says Disneyland, Other Parks Not Opening Soon As He Reveals Disagreement With Disney Chief Bob Iger

    By Tom Tapp

    “We don’t anticipate in the immediate term any of these larger parks opening until we see more stability in terms of the data.” Those were the long-awaited words of California Governor Gavin Newsom on the fate of the state’s still-closed amusement parks.

    “We feel there’s no hurry to put out guidelines and we continue to work with the industry,” he continued.

    Those words will not land softy on the ears of those who run local theme parks, including Universal Studios, Knott’s Berry Farm and Six Flags Magic Mountain. Collectively and individually, they have called on the governor over the past few weeks to allow them to reopen, saying that their business is more amenable to preventing COVID than many that have already been allowed to open in the state.

    Josh D’Amaro, the new chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products weeks ago begged California officials to let Disneyland reopen and to “treat theme parks the way you treat other sectors.”

    Read the rest of the story on Deadline

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