to connectVideoViking Cruises suspends sailings up to April 30, says the corona virus has to travel extremely complicated’
Viking Cruises is the second cruise line to be suspended for all departures in response to the persistent corona virus pandemic.
Disneyland, in Anaheim, Calif., will close its doors on Saturday, in response to the corona virus outbreak.
The company announced a temporary closure on its Twitter account, which confirmed that the parks will be closing as of March 14. The closure will last until at least the end of March.
At the Disney theme Parks News, Twitter page and on the website of the company, said: “Although there are no reported cases of COVID-19 at the Disneyland Resort, after a careful review of the guidance provided by the California Governor’s executive order, and it is in the best interest of our customers and employees, we will go ahead with the closure of the Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure, in the early morning of the 14th of March to the end of the month.”
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The statement continued to explain that the on-site hotels at the Disneyland Resort will stay open until Monday, March 16. This is done to give the guests time to make necessary travel arrangements.
Downtown Disney will remain open for the time being.
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The statement concluded: “the Disneyland Resort will be to work with the guests, who wish to change or cancel your visit, and we will have the money to give back to those who have hotel reservations during the closure period. We anticipate a heavy call volume over the course of the next few days, and our guests appreciate ” the patience while we work diligently to respond to all your questions.”
The park will not share or Disney World would be too close to a date in the future.
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The news comes after the California Department of Public Health and the governor said, “the meetings which have 250 employees or more would have to be postponed or cancelled.” This policy will be in effect in the state of California, at least, until the end of March.