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Disneyland gives glimpse into its post-coronavirus reopening plans
Disney parks can get back to pre-coronavirus profit levels by fiscal 2022: Analyst
Bernie McTernan of Rosenblatt Securities argues Disney parks will be running at a profit loss for the rest of the fiscal year before eventually returning to profitability in 2021.
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Disneyland is offering guests a look at the "happiest place on earth" when it reopens under modified operations, marking a major step toward reviving tourism that was shut down by the coronavirus pandemic.
The California theme park, which closed its gates in mid-March to limit the spread of COVID-19, gave guests a snapshot into what the resort will look like once it finally reopens, although officials have yet to determine when that will be.
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