Hong Kong Disneyland is set to reopen with new guidelines.

Hong Kong Disneyland is set to reopen its doors to the public on June 18, 2020. Five months ago, the theme park closed due to the coronavirus outbreak.

It is the second Disney theme park to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. Shanghai Disneyland opened its doors last month, while Disney theme parks in California will have their reopenings in July. 

To enter visitors must:

  • purchase their tickets in advance
  • sign a health declaration
  • wear masks at all times except when they are eating
  • undergo temperature screening upon arrival

Social distancing will still be in place and attractions that require staff to be in close interaction with visitors will be temporarily suspended.

Hong Kong Disneyland won’t be the same with new precautions.

An AFP report states that Hong Kong is currently under a ‘gathering ban’ which will be reconsidered on June 18.

According to its report, Hong Kong was able to contain its local transmission of the virus with only 1,100 infected cases and 4 deaths. 

Disney theme parks around the world are beginning their phased reopening, click here for more information.

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