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California's Theme Parks Won't Reopen Anytime Soon

Thousands of workers at California's theme parks won't be able to get back to work anytime soon. New guidelines from the state require coronavirus numbers to be at "minimal risk."
Disneyland and other California theme parks remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic... even as theme parks in Florida have been open for months. Source: Mario Tama

Theme parks in California say new state guidelines will keep them closed indefinitely, affecting hundreds of thousands of workers and businesses across the state. The presidents of Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and other theme parks say they're considering all options to speed their reopening, including potential legal action.

Theme park officials say they were

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