In what’s almost becoming a routine set of occurrences (albeit completely unpredictable) Hong Kong Disneyland will once again be reopening its gates. After closing a third time late last year in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus, the park will welcome guests back as it gears up to celebrate its 15th anniversary.


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This marks the third time that Hong Kong Disneyland park has reopened following closures made in interest of public health and safety with regards to the coronavirus.

In alignment with the latest guidance from government and health authorities, the resort will continue to implement enhanced health and safety measures, including requiring face coverings and physical distancing. These measures will continue to be reviewed and adjusted based on the latest government regulations.

Below are the guidelines from the very first time Hong Kong Disneyland reopened its gates following the COVID-19 closures.

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