In view of the sudden spurt in coronavirus cases, China on Monday closed its famous Disneyland amusement park located in Shanghai. 

Disney announced the closure of its entire facility in Shanghai, including Shanghai Disneyland, the Disneytown shopping and dining district, along with Wishing Star Park.

Disneyland in his official statement said, “We will continue to monitor the pandemic situation and consult local authorities, and will notify guests as soon as we have a confirmed date to resume operations”.

Shanghai has reported 24 cases of locally spread coronavirus (symptomatic) and 734 cases of asymptomatic infection. Although the city has not yet imposed a shutdown, the government has asked people to stay indoors.

Shanghai has suspended all its bus services in the city and visitors to the city will have to carry a negative coronavirus test report. As of now, city officials are conducting massive tests for the virus.

China is going through its worst coronavirus outbreak since the pandemic began and this time, it is the Omicron variant that has caused all the problems. The new version of coronavirus was detected in November 2021, and on March 19, China reported two COVID-19 deaths. Then on Sunday, China recorded 2027 new cases in the mainland.


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