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The doors to “the happiest place in the world” reopened Friday morning for the first time in 412 days – the longest closure for Disneyland in its 65-year history.

Things won’t be quite the way they were before the pandemic, as security measures to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus will be in place, including no character hugs and a 25% capacity opening. Friday marks the first time in over a year that patrons can board rides and attractions – and the new Avengers campus is slated to open in June.

This comes as the state of origin of the park records a rate of 33 cases per 100,000 inhabitants on Wednesday morning. California’s rate is less than a third of the U.S. average of 116 cases, according to the San Jose Mercury News.



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