Disney is making plans to reopen its theme parks after concerns over coronavirus forced the company to close its gates.
In an official statement released by Disney Parks Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pamela Hymel, Disney will begin a phased reopening of Shanghai Disneyland on May 11.
Social distancing, capacity, cleanliness, and employee safety will be of concern to the company.
During an earnings call, the House of Mouse gave some clue on its plans to reopen.
Unfortunately, there was no official update on the status of Disney’s other parks, including Disneyland in Anaheim and Disney World Resort in Orlando which have been closed since mid-March.
As far as when those parks will reopen, the thinking is that the locations will more than likely open the restaurants and retail stores at the parks first before opening the theme park as a whole.