SHANGHAI, China: Walt Disney Company reopened Shanghai Disneyland on 30th June, one month after the city lifted a two month COVID-19 lockdown.
Since 21st March, the theme park has remained closed amidst a surge of Covid cases in Shanghai, which lifted its city-wide lockdown on 1st June.
In a statement, the Disney theme park said it will begin selling ticket again this week, but capacity levels will be controlled, without confirming specifics.
The park added that all guests wishing to enter will need to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test conducted within the prior 72 hours.
Shanghai Disneyland is a joint venture between Walt Disney and Chinese state-owned Shendi Group, which holds a 57 percent stake.