Hong Kong Disneyland to reopen on June 18 at 25 percent capacity

Following in Shanghais footsteps, Hong Kong Disneyland is set to reopen on June 18 (Thursday) after being closed for nearly five months in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Visitor numbers will be limited to just 9,000 a day for the first two weeks. In order to get in, guests will first have to book their reservations online up to seven days in advance. They will have to wear face masks inside the park and submit to temperature checks.
Guests will also not be able to have close-up interactions with characters and some attractions will not be available.
The measures are the same as those employed by Shanghai Disneyland, which reopened to much excitement and fanfare on May 11. For the moment, the other four Disney parks around the world remain closed.
As the smallest and least profitable of the parks, Hong Kong Disneylands reopening is much-needed for its own survival. The theme park lost $13.5 million over the last financial year, partly due to unrest in the city, and looks to lose even more this time around.



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