Shanghai Disneyland Temporarily Operating With Reduced Workforce Due to COVID-19

Starting today, October 9, 2022, Shanghai Disneyland is operating with a reduced workforce so employees can comply with COVID-19 pandemic control measures. Some experiences will not be available temporarily. Guests are able to get refunds or exchanges for their affected vacations.

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Read the announcement from Shanghai Disneyland:

In order for some of our employees to comply with pandemic control measures, we need to operate with a reduced workforce on a temporary basis.

As a result, Shanghai Disneyland will operate with reduced offerings on October 9, 2022. During this period, some experiences including Donald’s Halloween Treat Cavalcade as well as select attractions and live entertainment will not be available, and Mickey’s Storybook Express will be presented with a reduced version. The park will still remain open, and the two resort hotels, Disneytown and Wishing Star Park will continue to operate normally.

We understand these temporary measures may impact some guests’ original visit plans, in which case we will provide refunds or exchanges for guests who wish to reschedule their visit to another date. Please contact your original point of purchase for refund or exchange of tickets for Shanghai Disneyland (tickets not redeemed), or contact Shanghai Disney Resort Reservation Center for other inquiries.

We will resume normal operations as soon as we are properly staffed. Please check the resort’s official app for the most up-to-date operations plan.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

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