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Comments for Photos: Another Possible Sign Disneyland is Reopening Soon?

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6 Comments

  1. marvin sequeira

    Keep it closed till january. Non essential. Corporate greed. Wealth before health. Shame on u disney

    1. Ken Rohloff

      Marvin, are you kidding? If happiness and joy aren’t essential in this life, what is? Those that don’t want to go, stay home; those that do, should. Our world has turned upside-down (and too many people have been out of work for TOO TOO LONG) because of this virus.

  2. Pumpkin Escobar

    Should have re-opened in May… this is ridiculous…. Newsome is tyrant and needs to be removed from office by force. He’s a coward

    1. J.

      My aunt in CA certainly wishes to be rid of him. I hope to be a part of putting the governor in my own state out of a job in the next couple of months. Let’s see how he likes not being allowed to work and feed his family as the workers in the many industries here that are STILL not allowed to do their jobs thanks to the overreach of his administration. The hypocrisy evident in what is allowed to open and what isn’t is so obvious. It is definitely nothing to do with health reasons.

  3. Nay

    My son’s tia works as a manager in the hotels. They have yet to hear anything about returning to work. They thought they would back in July, but oc got worse. Right now, they are trying to show newsom they are taking the right steps and can stay safe. You have to realize that the resort area brings in people from all around the world. They are still not even opening the convention center. My friend’s mother is really bored because of it. to open Disneyland means to also open everything else nearby including the convention center and all the resort area. Pretty much the only thing working in the resort area right now is the Anaheim garden Walk. Yes the hotels nearby are open but they’re at very low capacity. Disney is the center point of view resort area. Opening Disney means a lot of things. Opening downtown Disney does not mean much compared to opening Disneyland. If Disneyland opens before the virus has a solution, I know I am not going to Anaheim to see family. Too much risk. I have to consider my health. People are not even cautious at the beach about it. They act as if there is no virus.

  4. Ken Rohloff

    Marvin, are you kidding? If happiness and joy aren’t essential in this life, what is? Those that don’t want to go, stay home; those that do, should. Our world has turned upside-down (and too many people have been out of work for TOO TOO LONG) because of this virus.

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