Newsom: Disneyland can reopen if guests are frozen in carbonite for at least 14 days |

Newsom: Disneyland can reopen if guests are frozen in carbonite for at least 14 days

A future Disneyland guest. Photo © Lucasfilm.

The Science® says the virus won’t survive the freezing process. Probably. Maybe.

SACRADEMENTO, CA — Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Hypocrite) issued new guidelines for theme park reopening in California today. Disneyland can reopen to any guests who have been frozen in carbonite for at least 14 days. Admission preference will be given to anyone frozen since 2018 or earlier.

Disney has begun signups on its park website for the freezing process, and is free to Platinum Annual Passholders and members of Club 33.

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Cover photo: A future Disneyland guest. Photo © Lucasfilm.