The more I read and try and absorb information about COVID-19, the more it becomes clear that this will be with us for a while. There won't be a light switch and everything will be back to normal. Instead, it increasingly looks like we will have a very slow ramping up of a return to semi-normalcy. Over time, testing will increase and improve, as will tracing. People will still get sick but hospitals will get better at treating them. Some drugs look promising for treatment, but these are still drugs for people who are seriously ill in the hospital, not vaccines, which are likely 12–16 months away. So over the next several months I expect we'll evolve to a new way of living: movie theatres are open, but you have to sit in alternate seats away from people and you have to wear a mask. Same with things like the symphony. Basketball and baseball may return but to empty stadiums, at least at first. Airlines may require temperature checks before you can fly. So what does that look like for Disneyland? Could they do temperature checks and turn guests away at the gate? Would they require everyone to wear a mask? What about capping capacity? Revamping queues to keep people six-feet apart seems plausible for some rides, but perhaps not others. Virtual queues could be an option. What will a reopened Disneyland look like, at least for the next several months?