Hong Kong Disneyland To Close Again Due to COVID-19 Spikes
It is being reported that the Hong Kong Disneyland which reopened last month will be closing again due to a spike in COVID-19 cases in the area
It is being reported that the Hong Kong Disneyland park will be closing again due to a spike of COVID-19 cases in the area.
The park reopened about a month ago with limited capacity and new safety measures, but since then the government has closed a number of entertainment and fitness businesses.
Hong Kong said today it would cap all public gatherings at four people, shut down dine-in services at restaurants from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m., and close gyms and game arcades for seven days.
With the state of Florida seeing up to 15,000+ new cases a day, setting new records, it's unclear if Walt Disney World will be forced to shut in the near future. Even with the new rise in cases, the Florida governor, Gov. Ron DeSantis, continues to say that Florida would not reverse course on its reopening as cases surge, telling reporters the majority of cases are due to younger people getting tested.