Visitors to Shanghai Disneyland had to take a COVID-19 test before leaving on Sunday, October 31, as the theme park said it was cooperating with an “epidemiological investigation” into a new outbreak.
Disneyland made the announcement of mandatory testing at around 6 pm on Sunday while many visitors were still on site. Visitors who had been at the park on October 30 were also told to get tested.
This video shows a line of people in front of personnel in protective suits.
By Sunday evening, the Shanghai local government said 33,863 people had been tested at the park and “related places”, with no positive results. The park was to remain closed for two days, they said. Credit: Forgive color towel via Storyful