Jul 01, 2020
Disney reopens its parks in Tokyo after four months closed
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Theme parks Disneyland and DisneySea of Tokyo reopened its doors after four months closed by the pandemic of coronavirus, although with special measures to avoid contagion among its visitors.
Tokyo Disneyland, northeast of the Japanese capital, is the third theme park of the Disney chain by the number of visitors, about 18 million in 2018, only behind those of Florida and California.
In addition, it was the first to be raised with the Disney seal outside the United States, in 1983.
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Since January 31 last, those responsible for the theme park They decided to cancel some of his productions, especially in which people in costumes exchange physical contacts with those who visited him.
But as contagion cases grew in Japan, the management company decided to close the two theme parks on February 29, in accordance with official recommendations to avoid large-scale events.
The reopening implies limitations on access to the two theme parks from the entrance and to each of the attractions, its shops and its restaurants, with continuous calls to maintain a precautionary distance between visitors.
Too temperature is taken people who enter their premises and are required to be covered with a mask, a custom that since the coronavirus spread in Japan, the Japanese are massively following in the street and in public places.
The facilities will be open twelve hours, starting at 8:00 a.m., with three entry shifts. Activities such as most shows and parades within Tokyo Disneyland will continue to be canceled for now.
The reopening of Tokyo Disneyland joins other similar decisions made by the parks of Shanghai and Hong Kong. It was also expected that the one in Orlando (Florida, USA) would start again this Wednesday and the one in Paris by the middle of the month.
With information from EFE
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Reopening Maryland: Maryland Science Center Reopens At 25 Percent Capacity
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Science Center at the Inner Harbor has reopened amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The center can only reopen at 25 percent capacity and will be closed Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
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Guests should reserve tickets online to visit at a specific day and time, the center said.
Currently all online ticket fees have been waived.
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