It’s official. An international Disney Resort will shut its doors again due to safety measures because of another Covid-19 worry.
While many Disney Resorts are looking to move forward from the pandemic that ravaged the world, it appears one Disney Resort and both Disney Parks simply can’t catch a break. The Shanghai Disney Resort has announced that it will, yet again, be closing its doors because of the pandemic right after it announced its reopening date.
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The Disney Resort has been forced to have several closures and reopenings throughout the past few years as Shanghai and the entire world dealt with the COVID pandemic. After its phased reopening last week, Theme Park officials had clarified that the Disney Park would continue to operate with limited daily capacity and implement “enhanced health and safety measures.” After the closure, Shanghai Disneyland resumed operations on November 25, 2022.
But now, they’re closing to visitors again.
The Shanghai Disney Resort website posted the following message to their website:
In order to follow the requirement of pandemic prevention and control, Shanghai Disneyland will be temporarily closed starting Tuesday, November 29, 2022. We will notify guests as soon as we have a confirmed date to resume operations. Disneytown, Wishing Star Park and the two resort hotels will continue to operate normally. We apologize for the inconvenience and will provide refund or exchanges for all guests impacted during this period. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!
Located in Pudong, Shanghai, China, Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney Resort to close in 2020 due to the recent pandemic. While it was also 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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