After closing and reopening several times during the pandemic, Shanghai Disneyland Ready to resume operations on Friday 25 November Shanghai Disney Resort Said it would continue to operate with limited daily capacity and implement “enhanced health and safety measures”.
the park was recently suddenly stopped to comply at the end of October Chinadisputed nil of-covid policy, leaving all visitors stranded inside for hours unless they can show a negative test for the virus.
Today, the resort said the park will open at 8:30 a.m. local time on Friday, with the Toy Story Hotel also resuming operations. Other parts of the resort that came back online last week included Disneytown, Wishing Star Park and the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.
Select attractions, live entertainment, restaurants and retail locations may not be available immediately or will operate at reduced capacity.
Guests are still required to “strictly follow epidemic control measures”. This includes a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours, a temperature check, a green Shanghai Health QR code, a mask and proof of social distancing.
The news comes as China somewhat eased its containment policies, including reducing quarantine times, but continues to try to contain the Covid outbreak. To south china morning post, infections Today a new high of 31,444 has been reached, surpassing the nationwide peak of more than 29,000 in April, when Shanghai was under strict lockdown.
The Shanghai Disney Resort initially ceased operations due to COVID in January 2020 and reopened in May of that year. Then, in November 2021, 34,000 visitors were locked inside after a woman who had been at the park the day before either later tested positive or had come into contact with someone who had it. The facility reopened two days after everyone tested negative.
The next shutdown was in March this year which lasted till the end of June when Shanghai ended its strict lockdown.