Hong Kong Disneyland is reportedly beginning a soft reopening! Read on for more details.
Shanghai Disneyland is the first Disney Park to reopen after coronavirus shut all the parks down. Opening last week to ticket reservations, temperature screenings, face masks, and social distancing, Guests were still excited and eager to visit.
The Vice President of Shanghai Disneyland even shared some of what Guests could expect during their visit. You can see that video HERE.
Disney Springs will be the next to reopen tomorrow. We will see much of the same as we have seen at Shangai Disneyland. Face masks will be required for Guests over the age of 3, and anyone who cannot pass a temperature check will be denied entry.
For a full list of the restaurants reopening tomorrow, check out our post HERE.
Over in Hong Kong, preparations for reopening have been taking place for the last several weeks. At the end of April, we reported that social distancing marks were put into place around the park and fake guests were role playing the process for standing in lines.
According to Twitter user HKDL of Fantasy, the park is preparing for reopening. From May 19 to May 21, Cast Members will be in the park.
Check out the tweet below:
This is likely to train Cast Members in the new safety procedures and protocols that will be implemented throughout Hong Kong Disneyland.
While we don’t know much about the reopening of Hong Kong Disneyland, we can speculate that temperature checks, social distancing markers, and similar protocols we see at Disney Springs and Shanghai Disneyland will also be implemented in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Disneyland has not shared a reopening date yet.