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Theme parks, stadiums likely to reopen in California

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California health officials approve the reopening of Disneyland and other theme parks, stadiums and outdoor entertainment venues by April 1.

Theme and amusement parks would be allowed to reopen with limited capacity if where they are located is removed from the “purple” tier of California's colour-coded COVID-19 restrictions. 


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Masks and other safety measures would still be required, and the parks initially would be open only to state residents. Attendance would range from 15% to 35% of normal capacity.

Outdoor stadiums, ballparks and performance arenas would be allowed a fraction of maximum seating and subject to the same tiered system of constraints.

The announcement means theme parks in red-zoned counties could reopen at 15% capacity on April 1. The less restrictive orange and yellow tiers would allow reopenings at 25% and 35% capacity, respectively.



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