The Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort is reopening on Thursday, July 9. In preparation for the opening, tents are being installed at the entrance to Disneyland where guests will have their temperatures checked before entering.
Photo credit: The Orange County Register
These temperature screening tents have been installed at the entrances just prior to security before guests enter the Downtown Disney District. The tents appear similar to the ones installed at the reopened Disney parks in China and Japan and soon-to-reopen parks in France and Florida.
The Orange County Register is also reporting that there are new blue signs at the entrance to Disneyland, advising guests of health and safety protocols. There are also signs warning guests of the inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 while visiting the Disneyland Resort.
Visitors to the shopping center will be required to wear face coverings, have their temperature checked prior to entering, and will need to follow social distancing guidelines. Right now, Downtown Disney is the only part of the Disneyland Resort that has a scheduled reopening date.
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