Disneyland is among Orange County corporations making new closures in light of the recent stay-at-home orders, most recently shuttering all of its Anaheim restaurants including the recently-opened locations inside of California Adventure.
The Anaheim resort has been largely shuttered since March, but restaurants and retail stores at the Downtown Disney shopping district have remained open in line with state guidance. Now, all Disney-owned eateries, including quick-serve restaurants, are closed.
As a result, about 350 employees are expected to be once again furloughed.
Non-Disney-owned restaurants may remain open but only for carry-out and delivery; retail stores will be open at 20% capacity.
Disney had also intended on reopening part of the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa over the weekend; those plans have been nixed in light of the new mandate.
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