Southern California economy on pace to lose $5 billion due to pandemic

Posted at 10:00 AM, Oct 26, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on Southern California's economy with Disneyland being closed. Economists at Cal State Fullerton say the financial loss could total up to $5 billion.

According to Orange County officials, the southland's economy has already lost $3 billion. Another $2 billion could be lost if Disneyland remains shut down through next March.

Orange County could see a total of 33,000 jobs lost with the amusement park still closed.