California On Pace to Drop Tier Restrictions and Capacity Limits by June 15, Disneyland May Open to Out-of-State Guests

California Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly stated Tuesday that the state is on pace to drop tier restrictions and capacity limits; including a near elimination of the state-wide mask mandate.

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California Governor Gavin Newsom stated in April that the state economy could completely reopen by June 15, provided that current health trends continued. Dr. Ghaly stated that as of May, California is on track to meet that goal.

Governor Newsom went on to state that by June 15, the California mask mandate will almost completely go away. The only exception will be large indoor events where “people from around the world” are in the same place together.

Although the state of California might make changes to the mask mandate and capacity restrictions on June 15, it remains to be seen if Disneyland or Universal Studios Hollywood will follow suit. California recently announced that out-of-state visitors were welcome at theme parks, but Disneyland hasn’t begun allowing such visitors.

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