BREAKING: Hong Kong Disneyland to Close Yet Again Due to Slight Rise in COVID-19 Cases
Yet again, Hong Kong Disneyland will be forced to close its gates due to a fourth wave of COVID-19 that has started to take hold in the city, according to a press conference today by Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam. The city recorded 76 new cases of the virus on November 30th. Disney still has not announced a closure date yet.
According to the South China Morning Post, Lam announced today that due to a fourth wave of COVID-19 starting to take hold in the city, a number of new restrictions will be re-imposed, including the forced closure of theme parks once more. Other restrictions include a required 10pm closing time and the limit of two patrons per table at restaurants, and the closure of arcades, karaoke lounges, mahjong parlors, and swimming pools.