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Disneyland closed as Shanghai reports highest ever daily Covid cases

Shanghai Planetarium, Shanghai Museum and more than 100 city parks have already closed to the public




Tigger joins other Disney characters during Spring Festival celebrations in January   Credit: Shanghai Disney Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort announced its closure from Monday due to a resurgence of Covid-19 infections in the city and nationwide.

The closure comes as Shanghai reported 758 new daily infections, a record high, among days of mass testing, school and business closures, and community lockdowns. More than 35 million nucleic acid tests have been administered in the past five days as China seeks to pursue its zero-Covid policy.

Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown, and Wishing Star Park are all closed until further notice.

“We will continue to monitor the pandemic situation and consult local authorities, and will notify guests as soon as we have a confirmed date to resume operations,” a company statement said, adding that guests with tickets will be able to refund or exchange their passes for a later date.

Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, Shanghai Natural History Museum and Shanghai Planetarium have already suspended operations.

Other attractions across the city already require negative tests and green health codes for entry, including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Shanghai Zoo. In an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus, more than 100 parks are also temporarily closed.


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Disneyland closed as Shanghai reports highest ever daily Covid cases

Shanghai Planetarium, Shanghai Museum and more than 100 city parks have already closed to the public




Tigger joins other Disney characters during Spring Festival celebrations in January   Credit: Shanghai Disney Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort announced its closure from Monday due to a resurgence of Covid-19 infections in the city and nationwide.

The closure comes as Shanghai reported 758 new daily infections, a record high, among days of mass testing, school and business closures, and community lockdowns. More than 35 million nucleic acid tests have been administered in the past five days as China seeks to pursue its zero-Covid policy.

Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown, and Wishing Star Park are all closed until further notice.

“We will continue to monitor the pandemic situation and consult local authorities, and will notify guests as soon as we have a confirmed date to resume operations,” a company statement said, adding that guests with tickets will be able to refund or exchange their passes for a later date.

Shanghai Museum, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, Shanghai Natural History Museum and Shanghai Planetarium have already suspended operations.

Other attractions across the city already require negative tests and green health codes for entry, including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and Shanghai Zoo. In an attempt to mitigate the spread of the virus, more than 100 parks are also temporarily closed.


 



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