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Hong Kong's Disneyland Will Reopen June 18

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Hong Kong's Disneyland Will Reopen June 18

Hong Kong's Disneyland Will Reopen June 18

Hong Kong’s Disneyland theme park has announced they will reopen on June 18.

Park officials said they will host a reduced number of visitors and feature enhanced health measures.

The popular theme park has been shuttered since the coronavirus outbreak forced it to close in late January.

According to Reuters, the park's hotel services will reopen at a gradual pace.

The majority of the park’s shopping and dining locations will restart operations with “controlled capacity".

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