California's Governor Gavin Newsom announced today that several establishments will not have to comply with the state's COVID-19 prevention measures. Theaters and casinos have been released from an order preventing 250 or more people from gathering in one spot. Disneyland is now exempt from the California coronavirus assembly ban as well.\nUPDATE: Disney Park News announced the park closure at approximately 1:45 p.m. via Twitter shortly after the time of publishing.*\nIn a public statement, Newsom announced the state's updated health policy. This morning, he wrote, "Changing our actions now will save lives in the days and weeks to come.\n"To protect the public health, CA has issued an updated policy -- Gatherings with 250+ people should be rescheduled or canceled at least through the end of March."\nAccording to CBSN Los Angeles, Disneyland and other large theme parks are not required to comply with these standards due to the "complexity of their unique circumstances."\nThe Anaheim park is taking extra precautions for the safety of its guests.\nTheme park representatives told Fox5 San Diego that employees received extra training and are providing handwashing stations and hand sanitizer readily.\nDisneyland Resort released procedures for health and hygiene, which said: "Additionally, our onsite health teams and leaders are communicating with our Cast Members about illness prevention...\nExtra safety training for cast members on-site\nFrequent cleaning and disinfecting cycles throughout the day\nHandwashing facilities and hand sanitizer dispensers\nQuick response to trash and spills\nEnd-of-day sanitation procedures\nFrequent cleaning of outdoor locations"\nNewsom provided Disneyland's assembly status as part of an update on the state's response to COVID-19.\nChanging our actions now will save lives in the days and weeks to come.To protect the public health, CA has issued an updated policy --Gatherings with 250+ people should be rescheduled or canceled at least through the end of March.MORE: https://t.co/u5A2WbHBO3— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) March 12, 2020\n#BREAKING As of now, Disneyland, other large theme parks, along with theaters and casino will not be required to comply with California Gov. Gavin Newsom's order against large gatherings to counter the spread of COVID-19 https://t.co/lqDdLVsy6d— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) March 12, 2020\nDisneyland Tokyo is temporarily closed until further notice as is Disneyland Shanghai park.\nI’m pleased that California has made testing for the coronavirus free to all Californians who require one. The federal government should follow California’s lead and ensure that no American experiencing coronavirus symptoms skips testing because they can’t afford it. pic.twitter.com/WiqeP5LAKW— Senator Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) March 9, 2020\nDetails of the park's closure in the future have not been decided. Other major local events including Coachella and the E3 gaming conference have been postponed and canceled, respectively.\nAt this time, no park closures have been announced for other California theme parks or Disney World in Orlando, Florida.\nEditor's Note: Disneyland announced the park's closure shortly after the time of publishing.\n* This article has been updated.