Florida’s Magic Kingdom to Open Longer at Halloween and Through the Holidays

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been felt too high levels in the states of Florida and California. The virus has led to the decision of Disney executives to close its Disney Land theme park in California and limit the hours of its Disney World theme park that has been hit by limited numbers of visitors following the high number of cases of COVID-19 across the state of Florida. As the Holiday season approaches with Halloween always one of the most popular periods at the world-famous theme park, the decision to extend the hours the park is open is expected to bring more visitors to the area.

The decision to open Epcot and the surrounding areas of the park for longer hours is expected to bring more visitors to the Sunshine State as the Holiday season arrives in earnest. Like the rest of the entertainment industry, the House of Mouse has been hard hit by the arrival of COVID-19 on American shores back at the start of the year. The latest bid to bring visitors back to the theme parks of the company will not spread to those operated in California. So far there has been no word on when, or if, the Californian theme parks of the company will open over the Holidays.

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