Hong Kong Disneyland Park Reopens After Covid-1928/06/2020
For visitors and residents in Hong Kong, Disneyland Park reopens after immediate closure for Covid-19.
Starting from June 18, 2020 Disney’s fan in Hong Kong can revisit the theme park in the region.
Currently, Hong Kong’s pandemic situation is under control. It has 84,744 confirmed cases and 79,591 people has been recovered (as of June 28, 2020). There are no new cases.
As, the park reopens with reduced capacity visitors will need to follow safety procedures and a new reservation system before they are considering to visit the theme park.
On entrance, guests will undergo temperature screening as part of the safety procedure.
Additionally, it is necessary to wearing mask and maintain social distancing at all times.
General guests can make a reservation beginning 7 days prior to their visit. Magic Access members make a reservation 8 days before they visit.
Meanwhile, visitors will need to maintain social distancing at restaurants, attraction vehicles and other facilities.
As a precaution, interactive experiences such as parades, close interactions and close-up photos with characters will be suspended during the initial phase of reopening.
For unused park tickets, visitors will get further extensions.
For an instance, any unused tickets between January 26, 2020 and August 30, 2020 will get automatic extensions until August 31, 2020.
However, there are free cancellations available for park tickets and hotel room bookings within the specified period.
You will find additional information about reopening of Hong Kong Disneyland Park from here.
Previously, Disneyland in Shanghai announced it will reopen while comply with the health and safety conditions.
Moreover, there are more information available about Disney’s different theme parks across the world available from here.