BREAKING: Disney World and Disneyland closed for the rest of the month due to Coronavirus

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We can still use our Hyatt free night certificates when we re-book our Disneyland vacation — which will probably be in 2021.
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The Coronavirus has officially hit the parks and Disney World and Disneyland just announced closure through the end of March. This will go into effect Saturday March 14, so if you want one last hurrah at the park, tomorrow is the last day indefinitely.

For those who have plans to visit either park in April, it is still to be determined whether or not the park will be open. My gut instinct assumes it will still be closed, but we will have to see what comes of the Coronavirus within the next few weeks.

My family currently has plans to visit Disneyland in April and the chances of my plans fully being canceled are pretty high, even if the park is open. As of now, I am staying put to help “flatten the curve”.

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