Hong Kong Disneyland is reopening again on September 25 after its second time shutting down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Hong Kong Disneyland park will officially reopen to the public on Sep 25, 2020. In alignment with the latest guidance from health and government authorities, the resort will continue its measured approach with health and safety measures such as capacity control, health screenings, temperature checks, requiring face masks, social distancing, and increased cleaning and sanitization,” park operators said on Tuesday.
During its reopening phase, the park will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays (except public holidays) until further notice. It will control capacity with guests booking tickets online ahead of time.
“Character experiences will be offered in a new way, including selfie spots around the park to allow guests to take photos with their favorite characters with appropriate social distance,” operators said. Live performances will be restricted to outdoor venues during the initial reopening stage until further notice,” operators said.
Hong Kong Disneyland first closed from January 23 through June 18. The park had reopened but closed again on July 15 when Hong Kong suffered a third wave of virus infections.
After it reopens, Disneyland in California will be the only Disney park closed.