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Disneyland Welcomes Back Guests For First Time Today | MSNBC

 

Disneyland welcomes back guests for first time today. NBC News Correspondent Simone Boyce joins Katy Tur with more.
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19 comments

  1. If Disney is business smart they’d require visitors be vaccinated rather than run the risk of having to close again due to an outbreak of the virus.

  2. If you ever go on the Space Mountain ride, try to find “the space cookie”. You’ll know it when you see it. (But then again, I was high af).

  3. “Disneyland Welcomes Back Guests For First Time Today (Since Start Of Covid Pandemic)” thereby motivating us, the people of America, to redouble our efforts to rapidly find out at any given moment, including even while On-Line, who among us are unwittingly contagious (i.e. pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic) in order to “Convince It Forward” for them to call their doctor and to self-quarantine per CDC guidelines in hopes of stopping this pandemic instead of having more “Mourning In America.” Thus, we’re hoping for the best while preparing for the worse-case scenario of the “UK variant” strain(s) mutations and others like the South African, Brazilian, Californian, Texan (BV-1) & “Cluster 5 Mink” mutations rendering current vaccines no longer effective.

  4. Disneyland should require proof full vaccination, for those over 16, and a negative Covid test for those under 16. That would keep park attendees safer, and encourage vaccination, which is the only way we’ll get out of this pandemic.

  5. I cant imagine why someone would be so frantic to go to Disneyland. I guess it’s a pretty big social experiment and we will see if if people get ill or not. It’s a huge petri dish and we will get the results soon. I would be super relieved if no one got the “virus” that would prove a lot either way. MSNBC super gushy about it.. slow news week on anything that would actually take work or research to cover accurately. This is a huge free? promo for Disneyland..

  6. 25% of what Disneyland considers “capacity” or 25% of a reasonable capacity that would allow park goers to enjoy their visit? Because if we’re talking about what Disney thinks their capacity is, 25% is still too much.

  7. Meanwhile, tens of thousands of Disney team members have been laid off for almost a year now, and they are heavily in debt. And all the local businesses like gift shops and small restaurants have been decimated by the restrictions imposed by Emperor Newsom. This is what happens to the local economy under Democratic leadership what pretends to know science.

  8. Spend your money elsewhere, folks. Disneyland is a crowded, money-sucking joke. Your family deserves better.

  9. In states where minimum wage has increased, the number of jobs increased because minimum wage workers have more money to spend.

  10. What do Donald Duck and Donald t’rump have in common?
    Both have trouble speaking simple English, and can’t put on their own pants without help!

    I’ll show myself the door now.

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