California Governor Gavin Newsom has reinstated a regional stay-at-home order for the state yesterday. This order will be inacted if each region’s capacity in their ICU units falls below 15%.
If the region the Disneyland Resort is located in is under this new order, it will impact businesses at the Downtown Disney District.
The theme parks at the Disneyland Resort remain closed but the Downtown Disney District and Buena Vista Street at Disney California Adventure are open for guests to shop and dine.
The OC Register is reporting that the order will close many non-essential businesses like bars, breweries, hair and nail salons.
If a region goes into the stay-at-home order the following activities and sectors must close within 48 hours:
- Indoor and outdoor playgrounds
- Indoor recreational facilities
- Hair salons and barbershops
- Personal care services
- Museums, zoos, and aquariums
- Movie theaters
- Bars, breweries and distilleries
- Family entertainment centerS
- Cardrooms and satellite wagering
- Limited services
- Live audience sports
- Amusement parks
“We really all need to step up,” Newsom said. “We need to meet this moment head-on and we need to do everything we can to stem the tide, to bend the curve.”
There is no official word from Disney if any of the businesses in Downtown Disney will be closing. Stay tuned as we wait for more information.
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