Shanghai Disneyland to Reopen June 30 as China Eases Covid-19 Curbs - BLOOMBERG
(Bloomberg) -- Shanghai Disneyland is set to reopen this week with limited capacity and enhanced health and safety protocols, after a months-long shutdown because of the coronavirus.
The majority of attractions, rides, shows, shopping and dining will resume operations on June 30, according to a statement on the park’s website. Some experiences including Explorer Canoes, Selfie Spot with Mickey at the Gardens of Imagination and Marvel Universe will remain closed.
Walt Disney Co.’s Shanghai resort and parks were temporarily closed in March after a rise in the number of Covid-19 infections reported in the city. Some operations were reopened earlier this month.
Disney shares gained 2.1% in premarket trading in New York.