June 24, 2024
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Shanghai Disneyland Locks 30,000 Guests In Park After Positive Covid Case

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On Sunday, Shanghai Disneyland locked over 30,000 guests inside the park after a Saturday attendee either later tested positive for Covid-19 or came in contact with someone who had it. For hours, Chinese government officials kept visitors within the confines of the park while testing every single individual for coronavirus. Every guest was required to test negative before exiting the park. According to the AP, “all 33,863 people who had been at the park” tested negative. Now, the park is scheduled to remain closed on both Monday and Tuesday. In a statement released to Wall Street Journal, Shan…

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