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Theme parks could go mask-free next year if rapid COVID-19 testing is in place, ex-Disney staffer says

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Former Disney staffer Eddie Sotto says theme parks could do away with face masks by next year if rapid antigen tests for COVID-19 are ready in time.
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News video: Walt Disney World plans on reopening one of its water parks spring 2021

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Disney is planning on reopening one of its two water parks next year.

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The Walt Disney Co.'s parks chief on Tuesday made it clear to Gov. Gavin Newsom that the company wants clearance to reopen the Disneyland Resort now.

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