Ahead of Downtown Disney’s reopening this Thursday, Disneyland Resort has installed temperature check tents that Guests are required to pass through before entry.
Just like at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort in California requires all Guests to have their temperatures taken before entering. If a Guest’s temperature is above 100.4 degrees, they will not be allowed to enter Downtown Disney.
In the image below, you can see the temperature checks set up at the walkway in between the Simba Parking Lot and the entrance to Downtown Disney.
As a reminder, Guests will only be allowed to park in the Simba Parking Lot for the time being as Disneyland Resort begins its phased reopening with Downtown Disney. More information is expected to be released when California provides guidelines for reopening theme parks and Disney reveals the new reopening date. For now, you can read our FAQ page here.
You can take a closer look at the temperature check tents in this video shared by KTLA 5 News today:
We saw similar temperature check tents being installed at the Disney World theme parks this week ahead of their reopening. Just like at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort is only allowing Guests with temperatures below 100.4 degrees to enter the theme parks and Disney Springs.
We hope everyone who plans to visit Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort stays healthy and safe, and abides by the measures that Disney has set in place for the well being of Guests and Cast Members. Have a magical visit at Downtown Disney at the Happiest Place on Earth!
Stay up-to-date with Inside the Magic for the latest information about the reopening of Downtown Disney and Disneyland Resort.
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