Disney theme parks and resorts across the globe are slowly starting to reopen, after month-long closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Today, the Walt Disney Company announced that Hong Kong Disneyland will be reopening on September 25. The park closed in January and attempted a reopening on June 18. Sadly, the country saw a spike in coronavirus cases, forcing the resort to close for a second time in July.
The Walt Disney Company shared the announcement on social media:
We’re pleased to announce that Hong Kong Disneyland will officially reopen on September 25
Additional details have yet to be officially released, but In alignment with the latest guidance from health and government authorities, the resort will continue its measured approach with health and safety measures implemented as a top priority, including capacity control, health screenings, temperature checks, requiring face masks, social distancing, and increased cleaning and disinfecting.
Character experiences will be adjusted to avoid close interaction. Indoor live performances will be suspended.