Cover Hong Kong Disneyland theme park is set to reopen to the public on June 18 (Photo: Hong Kong Disneyland/Instagram)

The park will operate at reduced capacity along with other new and enhanced safety measures and precautions

Hong Kong Disneyland theme park will reopen to the public on June 18 for the first time since its closure due to social restrictions surrounding Covid-19.

The park reopening will "demonstrate a deliberate approach" with new and enhanced health and safety measures, according to a press release.

How will it work? During the early reopening phases, all guests will be required to make a reservation for their desired visit date using their pre-purchased tickets or Magic Access membership on the theme park's website.

Magic Access members will have the option to make a reservation up to eight days prior to their intended visit date, while general admission tickets will only have seven days. As such, the first Magic Access members gained access to reservation on June 15, while other guests could book their spot from June 16 at 12pm HKT.

Guests will also need to make a health declaration prior to being admitted to the park and will be required to undergo temperature screening procedures upon arrival. Visitors will also be required to wear a mask at all times, except when eating or drinking at the dining locations.

The park will also implement social distancing in queues with visitors being spaced out on roller coasters and rides, and close contact experiences, such as posing for photos with characters, will be suspended until further notice.

The majority of Hong Kong Disneyland’s amenities, including shopping, dining options, and hotel services will reopen to guests at the same time as the park’s opening date. A complete list of available attractions can be found on the resort’s official website.

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