So, it appears that Disneyland might have a plan when it reopens. Disneyland might be checking your temperature before letting you in after the covid-19 shutdown. Disney executive chairman Bob Iger said that Disney is preparing for a post-covid-19 world where theme park visitors demand more scrutiny in order to stay safe. I think this is a good idea because if Disneyland finds out that some people are sick, then they shouldn’t let them in. I think that they want to make sure that people don’t have a fever and get other people sick. Bob Iger also said that Disney is studying very carefully what China has been trying to do in terms of returning to normalcy.
In other Disney news… While the coronavirus pandemic closed Disney’s parks last month, the company is sticking with its policy of not issuing ticket refunds. Once the park reopens, Disneyland’s nonrefundable single-day and multi-day tickets can be used for a future visit through the end of their validity period which is good news according to the park’s website. The expiration date for promotional child tickets will be extended to Dec. 15, 2020, or 13 days after the ticket’s first use, whichever comes first.The Military Salute tickets expire on Dec. 18, 2020, and can be used on non-consecutive days.
Stay tuned for Disneyland updates.