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Tokyo Disneyland reopens, but no Mickey photos

The two parks have new guidelines, including limiting the number of entrants in three shifts to maintain social distancing. No handshakes, hugging or photos taken with Mickey Mouse and other characters are allowed. Tokyo has detected more than 50 cases for five consecutive days, and on Wednesday confirmed an additional 60.

PTI | Tokyo | Updated: 01-07-2020 13:03 IST | Created: 01-07-2020 12:50 IST
Tokyo Disneyland reopens, but no Mickey photos
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Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea reopened after being closed for four months due to the coronavirus pandemic, with hundreds of visitors applauding as they were let on Wednesday. The two parks have new guidelines, including limiting the number of entrants in three shifts to maintain social distancing.

No handshakes, hugging, or photos were taken with Mickey Mouse and other characters are allowed. Though characters greet guests from afar, their signature parades and shows have been suspended to avoid crowds.

Entrants are asked to get their temperatures checked at the gate, sanitize their hands, and wear masks while in the park. Tokyo has detected more than 50 cases for five consecutive days, and on Wednesday confirmed an additional 60. Japan on Tuesday had 132 new cases nationwide for a total of 18,723 with 974 deaths.


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