Hong Kong Disneyland closed three times due to a spike in COVID-19 cases, with its most recent closure on November 30, 2020. Originally, the park closed on January 26, 2020, and reopened on June 18, 2020. It closed yet again on July 15, 2020 and reopened on September 25th, 2020, only to close once more on December 1, 2020.

Since then, several new processes and procedures have been put into place to help further assist in the park’s health and safety measures, including mandatory COVID-19 testing for Cast Members every two weeks days.

As for those in attendance, every guest is required to scan the “LeaveHomeSafe” QR code, which is located at the park entrance, as well as restaurants and hotels, or register their visit on the Hong Kong Disneyland website prior to entering. In addition, guests must make a health declaration as part of the reservation process.

As the new industry standard, Hong Kong Disneyland will continue to carry out temperature screenings, require face masks, enforce social distancing, enhance sanitization, and limit capacity.

Michael Moriarty, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s Managing Director shared the following sentiment:

“From everyone at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, we wish you good health, happiness and prosperity in the year of the Ox. Every cast member has been putting tremendous effort in preparing our park reopening.  I could not be more thrilled to announce that our park will be reopened on February 19, to welcome guests to experience the magic of our 15th anniversary and our new Castle of Magical Dreams.  I want to give thanks for the support of our guests and the countless efforts from our cast members during this challenging time.”

Before you go packing your bags, remember that Hong Kong Disneyland will only be operational five days a week, with the park closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays.