According to Disney’s fourth-quarter financial conference call today, Disneyland is likely to be closed until 2021. CEO Bob Chapek (Bob Chapek) and others have raised a lot of topics around how theme parks are closed. In fact, due to the closure of these coronavirus pandemics, Disney suffered a loss of US$6.9 billion. In particular, the company is skeptical of California’s position to reopen parks. Chapek made it clear that he believes that the company’s success in reopening Disney World in Florida means that sister parks should be given the same chance of success. Although Governor Gavin Newsome (Gavin Newsome) put forward arguments about safety precautions, he seems reluctant to accept CA̵
“Unfortunately, despite our reliable record, we are very disappointed that California continues to close Disneyland.” Chapek said: “Our health and safety procedures are based on science, and we get paid for our hourly work. 99% of the union members are supported by the time system. Frankly speaking, as we and other civic leaders have said, we believe that national leaders should pay attention to objectively that we have successfully achieved achievements in parks around the world-all based on science-rather than formulating an arbitrary Standards, which would prevent casts from returning to work and also eliminate small businesses in local communities. “
However, the CEO was quick to point out that morale for other global job vacancies has improved, which shows that their methods are evolving. Since the world economy began to recede in some parts of the world at the beginning of this year, and the world economy began to reopen, in the face of such a stable situation, it is at least encouraging to see all sites remain open.
He added: “In terms of parks, we have proven for many months that we are able to operate our parks responsibly in accordance with guidelines strictly enforced by healthcare professionals-successfully reopening our parks in Orlando, Shanghai, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Park.”. “We have also reopened Disneyland Paris for a few months, although due to President Macron’s recent lockdown order, the resort has been temporarily closed in response to the recovery of COVID cases in Europe. People have expressed their willingness to visit our park, and I believe this It proves that they are confident in the measures we have taken. We are very encouraged by the positive news about potential vaccine progress earlier this week.”
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