DISNEY PARK ATTENDANCE DROPS BY 90% DUE TO COVID-19
Attendance at Disney parks has dropped by 90 percent as a direct result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Since March, Disneyland in California has been closed, while Disney World in Florida reopened with limited capacity in July.
Disney has seen a decrease in sales of $3.5 billion as a direct effect of the epidemic's spread around the world.
Additionally, the corporation has terminated the employment of 28,000 people in the United States.
To compensate for decreased revenue, Disney is concentrating on its streaming services, such as Disney+ and Hulu.
The company also plans to reopen Disneyland in California with limited capacity at the end of April.
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