Disneyland, Universal Studios Could Open as Early as April 1 Under New California Reopening Plan

The state’s baseball stadiums will be able to welcome fans back in time for Opening Day

Disneyland in Anaheim, California, in September (Getty Images)

Disneyland and Universal Studios’ reopening could be closer thanks to new guidelines issued by the California department of health on Friday. Beginning April 1st, all outdoor stadiums and concert venues can start to bring people back, with theme parks not far behind.

Beginning April 1st, all counties regardless of what tier they’re in, can start to allow in up to 100 California residents. Most counties are in the most restrictive purple tier, but that could be changing in the coming weeks as pandemic conditions improve. For counties in the Red Tier, that capacity increases to 20% and includes theme parks.

The April 1st date means that MLB teams the Dodgers, Giants, Athletics and Padres can welcome fans back in time for Opening Day.

Both theme parks have been closed since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.

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