Covid-19: Single case shuts down Shanghai Disneyland (BBC)

BBC: Covid-19: Single case shuts down Shanghai Disneyland. “China hopes to reach zero infections before it hosts the Winter Olympics, which begin in February. The country where the virus was first discovered officially had 92 new cases on Monday. A person who visited the Disneyland theme park in Shanghai on Saturday tested positive for the virus after returning to a nearby region, Chinese state media report.”

Covid: California to open outdoor attractions in April (BBC)

BBC: Covid: California to open outdoor attractions in April. “Disneyland and other theme parks and stadiums in the US state of California can accept visitors next month under plans to relax some Covid restrictions. Outdoor sports and entertainment facilities will be permitted to reopen with limited attendance from 1 April, health officials said on Friday.”

Disneyland’s troubles explained: Here’s when the theme parks can reopen (CNET)

CNET: Disneyland’s troubles explained: Here’s when the theme parks can reopen. “For the first time in its 65-year history, Disneyland announced it would close its gates for an entire month in 2020. Due to the spread of COVID-19, the iconic California theme parks shut down on March 12 — and have remained shut. Ever since, we’ve all been wondering when Disneyland can open, and why it hasn’t while Disney’s other global theme parks were free to reopen, including Walt Disney World on the opposite coast of the US.”

CNN: Disney is postponing the reopening of Disneyland

CNN: Disney is postponing the reopening of Disneyland . “Disney is delaying the phased reopening of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, the company’s flagship theme parks in California, the company said on Wednesday. The resort, located in Anaheim, California, was set to welcome back guests on July 17 after being closed for months because of the coronavirus pandemic.”

Engadget: Google adds Disney parks to Street View

Engadget: Google adds Disney parks to Street View. “Last year Google revamped its Street View cameras to help us better map the real world, now it’s taken the technology to a much more magical land. From today, you’ll be able to explore inside 11 Disney Parks, getting an on-the-ground glimpse of all its castles, rides and attractions, including the captivating Avatar-themed world of Pandora.”