The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong
The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong

Coronavirus: Hong Kong Disneyland asks employees to go back on unpaid leave as Covid-19 third wave forced it to close last month

  • A 20 to 30 per cent salary reduction, introduced in April for executives at vice-president level and above, will also remain in force until further notice
  • Hong Kong Disneyland Cast Members’ Union chairwoman Ellen Cheng calls the move ‘reasonable’ but says around 4,000 employees will be affected

Topic |   Coronavirus Hong Kong
The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong
The park closed its gates on July 15 amid a worsening third wave of Covid-19, after remaining shut from January 26 to June 18. Photo: Felix Wong
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