Walt Disney World (DIS) has announced its plans to reopen on July 11, after closing its theme park doors because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The announcement was made to an economic recovery task force and approved by Florida officials, where Jim McPhee, senior vice president of operations at Disney World said, the company is planning a phased approach to reopening with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom slated to reopen on July 11, and Hollywood Studios and Epcot set to reopen on July 15, USA Today reported.

The reopening of Disney World will reportedly come with some restrictions as park visitors will be subject to temperature checks and be required to wear face masks, along with distancing markers placed throughout the park and enforced by Disney World cast members, who will also be required to wear a mask. Disney World will also limit the number of guests inside its park at any one time, and some attractions will remain closed for the time being, the news outlet said.

Disney World’s plans for reopening must also be approved by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis before the entertainment company can move forward with its plans for reopening.

Also, in Florida, SeaWorld Orlando said it plans to reopen on June 11, Legoland Florida will reopen on Monday, and rival Universal Orland will reopen on June 5, USA Today said. 

Shares of Disney stock were up 0.60% as of 12:26 p.m. EDT on Wednesday.

Walt Disney World Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on Oct. 1, 2016. Photo: Getty Images