U.S. entertainment giant Walt Disney has announced plans to reopen a theme park in western California, which has been closed due to the spread of the new coronavirus, by late April following the relaxation of regulations by the state government. Did.

Walt Disney's theme park in western California has been closed since March last year due to the spread of the new coronavirus.

From April 1st, the California government said on the 5th, "Infections in the state have been significantly reduced and effective vaccines are being supplied," subject to restrictions on the number of visitors and wearing masks. We have decided to relax the regulations, mainly for outdoor sales of theme parks and baseball stadiums.

In response, Walt Disney issued a statement on the 9th, stating that the theme park will be reopened by the end of April, saying that the infection situation can be expected to improve in the future.

Before resuming, it is said that it will bring back more than 10,000 staff members who have been temporarily taken home and provide training on infection prevention measures.

On the other hand, the state government policy states that visitors to theme parks and other venues will be limited to residents of the state for the time being, and it will take some time to accept tourists from outside the state and abroad.