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Hong Kong’s Disneyland and Ocean Park reopens since February 18th and 19th

Date: 2021.02.20 Author: Celia Tang
Hong Kong two main theme parks, the Disneyland and the Ocean Park reopened from February 18th based on the mild Covid-19 epidemic measures of the public venues by the Hong Kong government. 
The last closure of the venues started from December 2nd in order to cancel mass gathering due to the increasing new cases. 
The Hong Kong Disneyland starts online reservation since Feb 18th in accordance with the government’s requirements of strengthening the prevention. When entering into the park, visitors shall test the temperature with the face musk. Visitors are also requirement to submit the health declarations when making the online booking. 
The Disneyland will continue to operate five days a week which would be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays except for the public holidays. 
The Ocean Park requires all visitors to scan a QR code on mobile phones as a digital tool to register their personal information. It starts accepting online reservation from Feb 17th. 
Both of the two theme parks remain reducing the visitor capacity of the park. Meanwhile, the entertainers and staffs of the parks will be tested for the corona virus every 14 days for safety and health.