Walt Disney World & Disneyland Guest Relations has released the first official update on the status of the parks in several weeks:

Quote Originally Posted by Guest Relations

Given the current uncertainty as to when we will reopen Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort, weve had to periodically adjust the schedule for the ability to book hotel reservations at our resorts. While were currently accepting reservations starting in July 2020 at both resorts, as this situation evolves, timing may continue to shift.

As we continue to follow guidance from government and health care officials regarding how well be able to reopen our parks and resorts in a responsible way, we may also need to make real-time adjustments to booked experiences, park tickets and park passes.

Please know that if any reservations you may have made need to change, we will work with you to make the necessary modifications.

Our focus remains on the safety of the entire Disney community. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we navigate this unprecedented time together. We continue to be moved by the incredible support and passion our guests have shown for our Disney family, and we hope to see you real soon.
While mostly devoid of any new information, the announcement may have been forced by the recent announcement form Universal Orlando regarding their re-opening on June 5, 2020.

Local government officials have advised that the Walt Disney World resort is submitting their re-opening plans to local and state officials next week. Disneyland is expected to have drawn up similar plans, but does not currently have a time frame to submit those plans.

While details of these plans remain undisclosed, industry observers expect the plans to contain a restriction of daily ticket sales to 20% upon initial re-opening. This change would mirror the current policy to re-open Shanghai Disneyland. How this would be applied multiple parks at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts vs 1 park at the Shanghai Disneyland resort is unknown.