Disney World began a phased reopening to visitors July 11, after closing in March.
Disneyland in California announced that it had "no choice but to delay" its intended July 17 reopening date after the state government did not grant approval and guidelines in time to arrange it.
There is still no opening date for Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure. Downtown Disney reopened with new safety precautions in place on July 9.
Florida and California are two of the states currently being hit hardest by COVID-19. Cases have surged in both locations in recent weeks and California has reinstated its shut down to help stop the spread.
As of Friday afternoon, Florida has had more than 402,304 reported cases and 5,652 deaths. California has had 433,508 cases and 8,202 deaths, according to New York Times data. On July 23, the most recent date for which data is available, both states had more than 10,000 new cases in a single day.
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