Disneyland theme park in Hong Kong will reopen to the public on June 18. Previously, visitors to Shanghai could also be photographed again with Mickey Mouse and fellows. There are restrictions on the number of visitors at both parks
Disneyland Hong Kong closed in late January, following the outbreak of COVID-19. Recently, the number of infections in Hong Kong has been low.
Everywhere in the park there are capacity restrictions and measures have been taken to ensure that sufficient distance is maintained. The hotels belonging to the park will also open again. Visitors can disinfect their hands in places throughout the park.
On arrival, the temperature of the visitors is measured, they must sign a health certificate and wear face masks in the park. Disneyland Hong Kong Resort is a joint venture between Walt Disney and the local government, the latter being majority shareholder.
Disneyland Shanghai reopened last month, the European theme park in Paris is still closed and has not yet announced when the doors will open again.