Politics Theme Park Reopening Guidelines to be released 10/20/20

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MansionButler84

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In the Parks
No
Well....

That....escalated.



So yeah, how about that Disneyland Resort..?

Everyone excited to be able to visit DCA 'for free' ...?

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I busted out my Erector set and I *think* I can start up Soarin by myself!

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PB Watermelon

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Pete was cool, but he’s sooo hostile on Twitter (the guy from OA) but very very true, sometimes I wonder why people send them gifts, you are not the only one, I used to be fans of their channel but just watching how they just focus on shopping and unboxing does make me change their channel fast.
Unsubscribed.
 
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blocker.shane

New Member
How many Californians are leaving the state to go vacation elsewhere? I imagine Vegas is getting quite a few Californians.

I work at a hotel in the Salt Lake area, and the amount of Californians I check in daily is staggering.

Providing Californians more local options for recreations could limit their travel outside the state, which is only a good thing.
I am in Southern Utah (St. George) and have seen the same. A steady stream of California license plates. With restrictions in other states, it does drive an exodus. On a side note, people from Utah are still headed to California even with the closures.
 

Darkbeer1

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See, now why can't the public leaders in OC come up with these type of ideas? Doing this in a large scale manner across the county would push OC into Orange almost immediately and then into Yellow by December. Its not very complicated.

The City of Anaheim and Orange County has been doing this for months already.

 

cmwade77

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Orange County as a whole needs to do it. They need to get testing levels above the state average, they are currently below it. Just doubling the testing levels would enable OC to get to Orange tier immediately as has been discussed in this thread already with real numbers.
Yeah, the problem is OC Residents no longer trust the government and it really isn't hard to understand why given the mess Newsom has made of things, so they only get tested if absolutely necessary.
 
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MansionButler84

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In the Parks
No
Yeah, the problem is OC Residents no longer trust the government and it really isn't hard to understand why given the mess Newsom has made of things, so they only get tested if absolutely necessary.
That’s self-sabotage then. Despite the recall fools, here on earth, Gavin will be governor through the end of this pandemic. Best to play by his rules even if they are ridiculous. A rapid test should be the prize in every Happy Meal.
 

truecoat

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Yeah, the problem is OC Residents no longer trust the government and it really isn't hard to understand why given the mess Newsom has made of things, so they only get tested if absolutely necessary.

55% of Californians approve of his handling of the corona virus. Pretty good numbers considering all the anti-science opinions that permeate social media.
 

Darkbeer1

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Orange County as a whole needs to do it. They need to get testing levels above the state average, they are currently below it. Just doubling the testing levels would enable OC to get to Orange tier immediately as has been discussed in this thread already with real numbers.

The two Super Sites, Anaheim Convention Center and OC Fairgrounds no longer require appointments.

Anaheim is now offering testing at City Hall.

Plenty of testing sites, what is OC supposed to do? Pay residents to get tested?


 

MisterPenguin

Rumormonger
Premium Member
The two Super Sites, Anaheim Convention Center and OC Fairgrounds no longer require appointments.

Anaheim is now offering testing at City Hall.

Plenty of testing sites, what is OC supposed to do? Pay residents to get tested?


Why do you think that San Franciscans are being tested at twice the rate of Orangians? Are they paying them upstate to get tested?
 
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lazyboy97o

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The two Super Sites, Anaheim Convention Center and OC Fairgrounds no longer require appointments.

Anaheim is now offering testing at City Hall.

Plenty of testing sites, what is OC supposed to do? Pay residents to get tested?


Why not offer incentives? Disney can buy its way to reopening.
 

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