Four months after the epidemic closed, Tokyo Disneyland reopened today to welcome guests
Waiting for tourists to enter Tokyo Disney
< p>Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea closed due to the COVID-19 epidemic, resumed business on July 1.
According to the "Guardian" report, after the park is reopened, the number of tourists is expected to remain below half of the level before the outbreak began. The park stipulates that visitors must measure their body temperature before entering the park, and those who exceed 37.5 degrees are not allowed to enter the park. Tourists should wear masks and keep a certain distance from the cartoon image and other tourists in the park. When queuing to ride rides, you need to keep a distance, and each group rides at a certain distance. Some facilities and activities that cannot avoid crowding and close contact will continue to be suspended, including most entertainment performances and parade activities.
Park business hours are shortened to from the morning 8am to 8pm.