Disneyland will be allowed to reopen on April 1 with a limited capacity.
On Friday, California officials announced the theme park can open at 15% capacity.
The Disneyland Resort president said the park still hasn't announced a reopening date.
The theme park can reopen at 15% capacity, but only people who live in California can buy tickets for now. According to USA Today, Ken Potrock, the president of the Disneyland Resort, did not confirm if it will open again on April 1 but instead said it will be sharing its reopening date soon.
"We are encouraged that theme parks now have a path toward reopening this spring, getting thousands of people back to work and greatly helping neighboring businesses and our entire community," Potrock said.
The announcement of Disneyland being allowed to reopen also includes other California theme parks and stadiums. In accordance with CDC guidelines, masks and social distancing will still be required.
The California Attractions and Parks Association's executive director Erin Guerrero said in a statement that this announcement was a step in the right direction for the state's theme parks, which include Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood, according to USA Today.
"Parks now have a framework to safely and responsibly reopen," Guerrero said. "We appreciate the Administration's willingness to work with the State's theme on the finer details of the plan so parks can responsibly reopen soon, putting people safely back to work and reinvigorating local economies."
Before this announcement, Disneyland already had plans to reopen with a limited experience.
In February, the theme park announced it had created a ticketed experience called "A Touch of Disney." The limited-capacity event starts on March 18 and will run through April 5. Tickets went for sale on February 25.
The experience will give visitors "world-famous food and beverages from around the resort, plus a chance to see Disney characters, shop for the latest Disney merchandise and pose at unique photo locations," according to a Disney Parks Blog post.
While people can eat and shop at certain locations during "A Touch of Disney," attractions will still remain closed.
Representatives for Disneyland did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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