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With gates shut for about two months, Hong Kong Disneyland will reopen to the public on September 25, the park announced Tuesday.
Closed on January 26 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the theme park briefly resumed operations on June 18 as the pandemic eased in Hong Kong. But in mid-July, it was again closed due to a new COVID-19 outbreak.
This time, the park will be open five days a week, and closed every Tuesday and Thursday. All visitors will be required to register their entry online and submit a health statement.
Stringent anti-epidemic measures will also be in place, including limiting the number of visitors, measuring their temperature, mandatory mask rules, maintaining social distance, and enhancing cleaning and disinfection.
(Compiled by Luo Dantong)