When Disneyland Resort reopens only guests who reside in California will be allowed to visit the parks and as such Disney needs a way to keep track of who’s coming to the parks. Well, today Disney has announced how that will work.
Here’s what they had to say:
“Per the state guidelines, the name and contact information of each person who purchases a ticket to the parks should be collected for contact tracing purposes. This information must be provided by the ticket purchaser, who will serve as the main contact on behalf of his/her entire party.
In addition, at the time a guest purchases park tickets and makes a park reservation, the purchasing guest must confirm that the guest’s party size will not contain more than 3 households and that the guest, and all members of the guest’s party, are California residents, since the guidelines limit theme park attendance to in-state visitors only.”