Covid, a contagion among visitors, closes Disneyland Shanghai

Covid, a contagion among visitors, closes Disneyland Shanghai
Covid, a contagion among visitors, closes Disneyland Shanghai

The Chinese authorities’ goal is to reach zero infections and to pursue it they are ready to adopt severe measures, also in view of the Beijing Winter Olympics next February. The park is screening staff and visitors

A new closure, indefinitely, to end a possible outbreak. Disneyland Shanghai closed its doors from today after the identification of a visitor who tested positive at Covid. The Chinese authorities’ goal is to reach zero infections and to pursue it they are ready to adopt severe measures, also in view of the Beijing Winter Olympics next February. Yesterday, 92 new cases were registered in the country, the highest number since September.

Screening of staff and visitors

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Covid China, Beijing strengthens restrictions: stop indoor activities

To contain the situation, the Shanghai Disneyland Park, which opened in 2016, closed immediately after the discovery of a positive case in a visitor returning from a trip to a province near Shanghai. The reopening date was not specified. The park has screened staff and visitors and as of this morning 34,000 people have already been tested for Covid, according to Shanghai City Hall. In a video released by the official media, employees in protective suits can be seen testing visitors amidst fireworks above the iconic Disneyland castle. All tests came back negative, but adults and children who have visited the park in the last few days will still have to refrain from going to school or work for at least 48 hours and undergo further tests.

“Serious and complex” situation

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Covid China, Lanzhou city in lockdown

A few days ago, the park of Universal Studios in Beijing, which opened at the end of September, had announced cases of contact with the infected among its visitors of the previous weekend. About 6 million Chinese in total are currently in isolation from the latest outbreak, most of them in the large city of Lanzhou, 1,200km west of Beijing. What is worrying is the speed with which the virus has started to circulate again. According to a spokesman for the Ministry of Health, the situation is “serious and complex”.



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Covid contagion among visitors closes Disneyland Shanghai

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