UPDATE: Shanghai Disneyland and Disneytown to Remain Closed for At Least Two Days Following Positive COVID-19 Result

We reported earlier today that Shanghai Disneyland was closing temporarily and testing all guests exiting the park after a guest tested positive for COVID-19 upon returning home. We now know that the park and Disneytown will officially remain closed for the next two days, November 1 and November 2.

Guests and Cast Members leaving the resort on October 31 were required to take a nucleic acid COVID-19 test and are to take another test 24 hours later. During this time, they are not to leave their homes in compliance with the Chinese CDC’s regulations. After, they are encouraged to monitor their health and take further follow-up tests for the next 12 days.

Depending on test results, Shanghai Disneyland and Disneytown may remain closed for longer.

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Andrew F Wilks
Andrew F Wilks
1 month ago

This whole COVID madness just NEVER ends and most likely NEVER will unless we all worldwide take matters into our hands tuning all those in power out doing our own things. Over one damn case! ONE CASE!!! COVID now is endemic and it is time to stop with the impossible goal of zero COVID I feel.