The theme parks at the Disneyland Resort reopened at the end of last month. When the parks reopened, capacity was limited to 25%. Now, capacity is increasing to 35%!
Orange County, California has qualified to move to the state’s Yellow tier and restrictions will be loosened starting tomorrow, May 19. Theme parks will be able to increase from 25% capacity to 35%. Being in the yellow tier also means that indoor restaurants on Disneyland Resort property will be able to operate at a 50% capacity.
Orange County is currently in the Orange tier. Moving to the Yellow tier is coming just a week after it was announced that the county reached the threshold to move tiers. Usually, a county has to remain in the threshold for 2 weeks before being able to move.
At this time, Disneyland Resort officials have not made an announcement whether they will be increasing their capacity to 35% beginning tomorrow, but we do know they have the green light to do so as soon as the tier change is in effect.
California Governor Newsom has also said that the state will fully open on June 15 which will allow for more increases at Disneyland.
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