Disney parks could lose $27 million a day amid coronavirus pandemic

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An article by the OC Register stated that Disney parks could burn through more than $27 million a day amid an extended coronavirus shutdown.

Moreover, a analysts report from Wells Fargo Securities entitled “Thanos Returns as Coronavirus” estimates that the shuttering of Disney resorts around the globe amid the COVID-19 pandemic could cost the Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products division up to $7.5 billion in operating income over the next three quarters.

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