Hong Kong Disney closes as coronavirus sees resurgence
A month after opening to mask-wearing visitors, the Disney amusement park in Hong Kong has closed again.
less than a month after welcoming visitors back, Hong Kong Disneyland is closing down again because of an uptick in Corona virus cases in the city that has officials worried about a potential third wave. So despite the special measures like temperature checks and hand sanitizer stations that helped Disney reopen here mid June, the company said in a statement that it was falling in line with Hong Kong government prevention measures, adding, The closure is temporary A little bit, I'm scared like some people with they come here and play and pick up the match and and people may get infected. Hong Kong hadn't had any new infections for weeks, but in the past 10 days there are about 180 cases crowds, Air band and so is dining inside restaurants After six PM As numbers go, the surgeon Hong Kong seems small when compared to spikes were seeing in parts of the U. S. But it's the trend that has all of the old restrictions back with this cycle of restrict and lift that experts say we need to get used to Janis Mackey, Frayer, NBC News, Beijing,