Main image via Los Angeles Times
We’re glad that the coronavirus cases in Malaysia are reducing day by day, but sadly, that’s not the case in some parts of the world.
Taking into considerations the rise of COVID-19 cases in California, Disney announced that it will delay the opening of Disneyland California, which was originally planned to resume operations on July 17.
It said that the decision was made over the concern of its employees. Given the time required for them to bring thousands of cast members back to work, they’ve got no other choice.
Netizens have been responding rather positively towards the announcement, and we’re glad that everyone’s putting safety above everything else!
Let’s hope things get back to how it used to be, soon enough. Until then, please stay safe.
By: Piravina Ragunathan
Info via Variety
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