Shanghai Disneyland Sells Out Of Tickets For Post-Shutdown Reopening

Visitors' health status QR code will be checked before they enter the park. Once inside, they will be required to wear face masks at all times unless they are eating.
Visitors waiting in line at Shanghai Disneyland will need to maintain physical distancing, as part of the theme park's plans to reopen on May 11. Source: Shanghai Disneyland

It took only minutes for Shanghai Disneyland to run out of tickets to Monday's reopening, as people jumped at a chance to visit the amusement park for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak forced it to close in late January.

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