PHOTOS: New COVID-19 Health & Safety Signage Installed at the Entrance Gates to Disney California Adventure

As Disney California Adventure prepares to reopen select shopping and dining offerings for the holiday season, safety signage has been installed at the park gates reminding them of the new rules in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.


We spotted this diligent Cast Member installing a sign on the fence outside the entrance turnstiles.


The sign is similar to what we’ve seen around the Downtown Disney District, which has included signage written in Spanish.


In case you need a reminder, guests are required to wear a face covering (unless eating or drinking while stationary) and maintain physical distance between parties of six feet or more. Further, they’re asked to wash their hands often, cover their mouth and nose while coughing or sneezing, and avoid touching their eyes, nose, or mouth.


Hopefully, this means that guests can shop and dine safely and happily as the park welcomes back fans and rings in the season.

Keep reading WDWNT and Disneyland News Today as we prepare for the reopening of Disney California Adventure!