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California releases new guidelines for theme park reopenings

CBS News Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Theme parks like Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood will have to wait until their counties reach the least restrictive "yellow" tier, according to the state's new guidelines released this week. CBS Los Angeles has the details.
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Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and other theme parks will have to wait until their counties reach the least restrictive yellow tier, under the state’s new guidelines released Tuesday.

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