New COVID-1 9 regulations for the district of California have left Disneyland highly critical, as the theme park calls the state’s guidelines “unfair” and “unworkable.” The famed Anaheim park has been closed since March of this year, due to America’s high-pitched pandemic rates.

It has certainly been a very difficult year for parties and professions around the world. The entrance of Covid has created difficulties that countless has taken into consideration impossible last year at this time. Arguably one of the hardest-hit economic sectors has been that of presentation, with film productions being halted and retarded, as well as cinemas having to battle to stay open in what is increasingly looking like a hopeless campaign. For several months this summer, it began to look like things were beginning to return to normal in many countries in the world. However, following the arrival of Autumn, new cases have cultivated up at an alarming rate, and the United Nation has is again seen a revitalization in its once record-breaking number of cases. As a arise, new measures are being taken to minimize the spread of Covid, and one of the first targets are targets that involve large public meets, such as amusement parks.

Related: Every Summer Movie COVID Kept Us From Seeing

For Disneyland, the effects of Covid has saved the famed common closed since March, though recent hopes were that this was about to change. Unfortunately, thanks to new regulations revealed by the State of California, it does not inspect as though Disneyland will be able to open any time soon. In response to new measures that require commons like Disneyland to remain closed until the territory of California reaches its minimum gamble tier- otherwise known as the yellow tier, Ken Potrock, president of Disneyland resort, released an official statement 😛 TAGEND

We have proven that we can responsibly reopen, with science-based health and safety etiquettes strictly implemented at our theme park properties various regions of the world. Nevertheless, the State of California continues to ignore this point, instead mandating arbitrary guidelines that it knows are unworkable and that harbour us to service standards hugely different from other reopened businesses and state-operated facilities. Together with our labor unions we want to get parties back to work, but these State guidelines will keep us shuttered for the foreseeable future, forcing thousands of others parties out of work, leading to the inevitable closure of tiny family-owned industries, and irreparably ravaging the Anaheim/ Southern California community.

Disneyland argues that the continued closure of the park have now been feigned several local transactions that are commonly thrive off of being in close proximity to the theme park. The tiered system announced by the State of California means that in order for Disneyland to reach the requisite amber rank, a district must have a seven daytime adjusted average of less than one case of Covid among 100,000 beings. The rule also requires a seven-day average positivity rate of less than 2 %, which cannot disproportionately bang disadvantaged populations. As things currently stand, the director of the Orange County Health Care Agency, Dr. Clayton Chau believes that a yellowed rank might be achievable by summer 2021.

It’s understandable that this is extremely challenging news for Disneyland executives to hear, but it’s important to keep things in perspective. The United State is presently being desolated by Covid like no other country on Earth, and as such, any measures designed to curb the spread of the disease are not being done to punish ventures. Everyone wants to see the end of this pandemic, and the sooner the spread of the disease is stopped, the sooner everyone and everything can return to normal.

Next: Why Avatar Sequels Will Be Bigger For Disney Than Star Wars Movies

Source: Disneyland

Read more: