December 8, 2022

33,000 People Test Shanghai Disneyland and Closed 2 Days Over One Contagious Contact

A recent test of Shanghai Disney Resort has revealed that the new theme park can be shut down for 2 days over just one contagious contact. The inspection, which took place on September 12-13, was carried out by China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with support from Shanghai Municipal CDC.

We’ve all heard about how difficult it is to get into Disneyland these days, but what if there were no lines? No crowds at all? You could walk right in without waiting more than 10 minutes! What’s the catch? Well you would have to go during off hours – like late at night or early in the morning before most people are up. This might not sound too appealing to some guests who want a full experience of the theme park, but for those who just want to ride the attractions it’s a great deal.

The first two hours of Shanghai Disneyland were surprisingly empty – almost as if someone had been there before us and told everyone not to come that day! We then got an idea why this was so…

We’ve all heard about how difficult it is to get into Disneyland these days, but what if there were no lines? No crowds at all? You could walk right in without waiting more than 10 minutes! What’s the catch? Well you would have to go during off hours – like late at night or early in the morning before most people are up. This might not sound too appealing to some guests who want a full experience of the theme park, but for those who just want to ride the attractions it’s a great deal.

The first two hours of Shanghai Disney Resort were surprisingly empty – almost as if someone had been there before us and told everyone not to come that day! We then got an idea why this was so…

The resort’s management had previously put up warning signs which said that if you enter the park having come into direct contact with someone suspected of having an infectious disease, you could be locked out for 48 hours!

This was partially due to China (and most other countries) not wanting the spread of diseases like Ebola or SARS. However, it’s also in part due to the fact that an unknown number of people have already been rejected from entering Disneyland because they may have been in contact with someone else who got sick after being there.

In addition, employees will be given a health exam before they can start working at Shanghai Disney Resort. In this way, the park hopes to avoid infectious diseases being spread to customers.

Since Shanghai Disney Resort’s opening day, it has faced some criticism for its long queues and lack of capacity, but this seems like an extreme approach that is being taken! If not only to keep visitors safe but also avoid further trouble with the government. Had anyone known about this before visiting, they might have planned on doing it during the first couple of hours of opening or right before closing to make it worth their while!