After suffering yet another covid-blamed shutdown, Disney’s youngest Theme Park will finally reopen next week.
As part of CCP President Xi Jinping’s “Covid Zero” initiative, Shanghai Disneyland was closed because one person who had visited the Theme Park recently tested positive for covid-19. The most recent closing, which occurred on October 31, was thrown into chaos as police did not allow Park Guests to leave the property until they tested negative for the virus.
While other areas of the Shanghai Disney Resort, like its Disney Springs equivalent, DisneyTown, have reopened, the Park has remained closed. But it will finally reopen tomorrow, November 25.
Shanghai Disney shared the following announcement on its website:
We are pleased to announce that Shanghai Disneyland will resume operations on November 25, 2022, operating from 8:30 to 20:30 on the reopening day. For ticket information, please refer to the Shanghai Disney Resort official website, app, Weixin/WeChat account, the resort’s Reservation Center, or contact the resort’s official travel trade partners.
Toy Story Hotel will also resume operations, with reservation services available starting today for guest check-in from 15:00 onwards on November 25.
The re-opening of Shanghai Disneyland and Toy Story Hotel, together with the recent re-opening of Disneytown, Wishing Star Park and Shanghai Disneyland Hotel will mark Shanghai Disney Resort’s return to full operations.
We will continue to operate with limited daily capacity and to implement enhanced health and safety measures. Select attractions, live entertainment, restaurants and retail locations may not be available or will operate at reduced capacity. Please check the resort’s official app for the most up-to-date information.
Shanghai Disney Resort was the first Disney Resort to close in 2020 due to the recent pandemic, and while it was consequently the first to reopen, it has reclosed more than any other Disney Park and Resort and has recorded the longest cumulative closure time as well.
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