The amusement park has now announced that from June 15, out-of-state tourists will be able to return to the site. When the park reopened on April 30th, only California residents were permitted to make bookings.
The company stated the restoration of out-of-state guests in a statement posted on the official Disney Parks Blog.
“Today, we’re thrilled to announce that effective June 15, 2021, we will once again be allowed to welcome tourists from outside the state of California back to our theme parks!” says the release. Out-of-state guests may now arrange their return visits to the parks on Disneyland.com.
The notice continues to warn visitors that the state of California strongly recommends that all visitors be properly vaccinated. If not, they should try to get a COVID-19 test that is negative before attending the park. Guests will also be forced to wear a face mask while visiting Disneyland Resort.
The park’s reservation system has also been enhanced to accept bookings up to 120 days in advance, according to the firm.