Hong Kong Disneyland Plans to reopen on June 18


As countries and businesses around the world begin to reopen after months of closures due to the coronavirus pandemic, Disney said the Hong Kong park will have capacity limits, social distancing requirements, and increased sanitation and disinfection — as its plans to reopen on June 18.

Guests will be required to book reservations online up to seven days in advance in order to maintain crowd control. Upon arrival, they will have to submit to temperature checks and wear face masks.
Magic Access members, who are the park’s annual pass holders, will get priority for booking reservations.
“We are proud to be part of the Hong Kong community, which has worked hard and shown fortitude in how it has handled the pandemic,” Stephanie Young, the park’s managing director, said in a statement.
Another major component of the Disney experience, character interactions, has changed for the coronavirus era. For now, Visitors won’t be able to have up-close experiences like photo ops with Mickey, Minnie, and the company but will be able to enjoy socially distanced activities like shows.

Shanghai Disneyland was the first park to reopen, on May 11. Its reopening gave clues as to what Disney parks around the world would look like post-coronavirus, with social distancing regulations enforced and both guests and employees (aka cast members) sporting face masks.


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