Bob Chapek just announced on Disney’s latest earnings call that Shanghai Disney Resort will be reopening on May 11th with social distancing measures in place, such as the use of masks, temperature checks, guest capacity limitations, and density control.
Joe Schott, President and General Manager of Shanghai Disney Resort had this to say “as Shanghai Disney Resort embarks on the first Disney park reopening, the rest of the Disney family at our other parks around the world also are busy preparing for reopening. When the time is right, they will be able to once again welcome guests – to explore and play, and to enjoy the lands of adventure, fantasy, tomorrow and imagination together.”
Guests will need to make reservations prior to their visit to best allow Disney to limit and control the number of guests in the park. No further details are available at this time about how the booking process will work.
Chapek said that it is to early to determine when other Disney Parks and Resorts around the world will be able to reopen.