Disney’s California-based parks will welcome non-Californian natives beginning June 15, the company said Wednesday.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure didn’t reopen to California residents until April 30 after the lockdowns were closed.
In a company blog post, Disney reiterated that California state guidelines strongly encourage theme park visitors to be fully vaccinated against the virus or obtain a negative Covid test before entering parks.
Guests are required to wear face coverings while visiting the Disneyland Resort, regardless of their vaccination status.
Disney has changed its health and safety guidelines as Covid vaccinations continue in the United States and new cases of coronavirus fall daily.
“We’re going to be able to increase our capacity limits; we’ve actually already started that,” CEO Bob Chapek said during the company’s earnings call in early May.
California will lift all Covid restrictions on June 15. Theme parks are currently limited to 25% capacity.