The so-called “Happiest Place on Earth” has been less happy in recent days.
Disneyland last week shut down two water-cooling towers after some visitors to the Anaheim, Calif., theme park contracted Legionnaires’ disease.
A dozen cases of the bacterial lung infection were discovered about three weeks ago, the Orange County Health Care Agency said Friday.
The patients, ranging in age from 52 to 94, lived or had spent time in Anaheim, and nine had visited Disneyland in September. One patient, who hadn’t visited the park, has died, the agency said.
There haven’t been any new cases linked to Anaheim since September, the agency said.
“There is no known ongoing risk associated with this outbreak,” the agency said.
Legionnaires’ disease can be spread through inhaling…