Disneyland is proposing reopening its Southern California resort on July 17, according to a post on the park's official website.
The three main elements of their Anaheim, California, campus will begin with the reopening of the shopping district in Downtown Disney on July 9, theme parks Disneyland and California Adventure on July 17, and hotels Paradise Pier and Grand Californian on July 23.
As theme park capacity will be limited, Disneyland will implement a new reservation system along with new health and safety protocols.
The proposal is subject to the approval of the Orange County Health Department.
Some context: Disney CEO Bob Chapek previously told CNN that there will be “layers upon layers upon layers of defenses against the virus.”
This will include temperature checks for employees, or as Disney calls them, cast members.
Florida’s Disney World is set to reopen on July 11.