Hong Kong Disneyland to close again due to rising COVID-19 cases

Nov 30, 2020 in "The Walt Disney Company"

Hong Kong Disneyland has announced that it will close again on December 2 2020 due to rising cases of COVID-19 in the region.

The region reported 115 new COVID-19 cases Sunday, which has been enough for the local government to take action. In contrast, Florida reported over 7000 new cases on the same day. No reopening date is yet available.

The resort originally reopened to guests on June 18, and was the second Disney resort reopening following Shanghai. The park then closed again in mid-July as part of an effort to contain rising COVID-19 cases.

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Article Posted: Nov 30, 2020 / 12:07pm ET
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LdnoDec 02, 2020

Wasn’t there a celebration there recently? Oh wait!

IanDLBZFNov 30, 2020

On a similar note, Ocean Park will be closed as well.

GringrinngghostNov 30, 2020

Waiting for this spin from TDA (Team Disney Anaheim)

GringrinngghostNov 30, 2020

Their actions are when you have proper restrictions. It’s a tantamount game of whack a mole. You hit it once, but one the time elapses, it shows its head again.

RobbiemNov 30, 2020

When will Hong Kong ever get a break! Hopefully the situation gets better and the park can reopen and start to prosper soon.