California has moved Orange County off of the COVID-19 monitoring list. There has been a downward trend in cases in the county which led to the county being removed from the list.
The City of Anaheim posted this Tweet:
Orange County Health Care Agency indicates were are in day 1 off California's monitoring list. A welcome sign of progress, but there will be no immediate change. We need to keep our guard up and keep slowing the spread of cases. #anaheim #coronavirus pic.twitter.com/Bl9APV2XpK
— City of Anaheim (@City_of_Anaheim) August 23, 2020
While the county has been removed from the list, no changes will be made right away. The county needs to stay off of the list for the next two weeks and keep up vigilance to stop the spread of the virus.
Businesses still need to await guidance from the state on any changes they may be able to make but schools could opt for in-person learning starting September 8.
Could this mean that we are getting closer to a reopening date for Disneyland? If trends continue in the same direction over the next few weeks, we could see a reopening date announced. Right now the Downtown Disney District is open but the parks and hotels remain closed. However, reservations are available at two of the Disneyland Resort hotels for dates starting September 16.
Stay tuned as we will update as more information becomes available!
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