Hong Kong Disneyland has reopened on 18 June 2020 post Covid19 outbreak and will follow customary social distancing guidelines following the coronavirus outbreak. Hong Kong’s Disneyland resort is a joint venture, between Hongkong International Theme Parks Ltd, and the local government. Chinese-ruled Hong Kong has proclaimed 1,110 infections and four deaths so far. Consequently, Hong Kong Disneyland has reopened on 18 June 2020 and will follow customary social distancing guidelines following the outbreak. On 18 June, Hong Kong’s Disneyland opened to limited visitors with increased health measures. The amusement park has been closed since late January.
The larger part of the park’s shopping areas and eateries will restart services with “restricted capacity,” as well as, social distancing measures will be performed in other facilities. Health declaration will be claimed, as part of the reservation process. Hand sanitisers will be made available, and each visitor will be required to wear a face mask and go through temperature screening. Additionally, Sanitisation will be carried out more often. The hotel services will recommence later. Hong Kong’s other theme park, Ocean Park, re-opened on 20th June subsequent, to councilmen approving a ‘massive’ bailout plan of HK $ 5.4 billion to keep it working for another year.