Disneyland in California could reopen early as April 1, according to state public health officials that announced relaxed reopening guidelines on Friday.

Theme parks in California have been closed since March, but Ken Potrock, the president of Disneyland, recently announced plans to reopen, CBS News reports. 

“We are encouraged that theme parks now have a path toward reopening this spring, getting thousands of people back to work and greatly helping neighboring businesses and our entire community,” he said in a statement.

Although the theme park will reopen at a limited 15% capacity, customers will still be able to purchase merchandise, drinks, and food while experiencing  “carefully crafted entertainment experiences.”

Those who chose to visit Disneyland upon its reopening will have to abide by the new restrictions in place, CBS Miami reports.

Before entering the amusement park, guests must receive a temperature check. All guests, two years old or older, are required to wear masks, including people who have received the COVID-19 vaccine.

Disneyland will also require guests to social distance at all times. Similar to other Disney resorts, the California park has also canceled its parade and fireworks indefinitely to avoid crowding.

Guests will no longer be able to engage in meet and greets with their favorite Disney characters and will have to settle for a socially distanced procession instead.

Dr. Mark Ghaly, secretary of the California Health and Human Services Agency, revealed the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines has contributed to the state’s decision to reopen theme parks and venues.

“With case rates and hospitalizations significantly lower, the arrival of three highly effective vaccines and targeted efforts aimed at vaccinating the most vulnerable communities, California can begin gradually and safely bringing back more activities, especially those that occur outdoors and where consistent masking is possible,” he said in a statement.

Due to extended park closings amid the coronavirus pandemic, Disney announced the end of his annual pass program. However, in January the company revealed it will eventually introduce a new pass program.

A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California A Disneyland sign is posted at an empty entrance to Disneyland on September 30, 2020 in Anaheim, California Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / MARIO TAMA