Here's what the parks could look like when they reopen their gates. USA TODAY


is on the governor's Re-Open Florida Task Force.

As of Wednesday, Florida had more than 33,000 cases of coronavirus and more than 1,200 deaths attributed to the virus, according to a phased reopening plan that appears to put theme parks in a higher-risk category of business that would open later.

The California Department of Public Heath did not clarify whether Disneyland would fall under stage 3, which includes entertainment venues with smaller crowds, or stage 4, which includes mass gathering events such as concerts, conventions and sports.

Stage 4 would mark the end of according to Johns Hopkins University. More than 23,600 people have died.

statement on the park's website said officials will reassess the situation there in mid-May.

One of the first Disney parks to close, Shanghai Disneyland Resort, which shut its gates the same week as the Shanghai resort, remains closed.

Contributing: Jayme Deerwester, USA TODAY

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