Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park to reopen as city loosens Covid-19 social distancing measures

  • Staff at the theme parks and their resorts will undergo mandatory coronavirus testing before they reopen, and every two weeks after
  • Visitors will be limited to 50 per cent of capacity, and Disneyland will close two days a week
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Soon you'll be able to experience the thrill of Ocean Park and Disneyland again! Photo: SCMP/ Nora Tam

Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland will be reopen as the government relaxes its Covid-19 social distancing guidelines.

Ocean Park announced that it will reopen from Thursday, but online reservations will be available starting from 5pm today. Disneyland will reopen on Friday, and visitors will be able to buy tickets online beginning at 10am Thursday.

Hong Kong’s Tourism Board to push staycations

Visitors to Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland will be required to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” app’s QR code upon arrival, or register with their names, contact details and time and date of visit.

Staff of the parks and their resorts will undergo compulsory testing before reopening and be retested every 14 days. Visitors will be capped at half capacity, with alternative row blocking in theatres.

Disneyland will further enforce crowd control measures by restricting the number of visitors and operating for five days a week, temporarily closing on Tuesday and Thursdays.