People visit the Disney-Pixar Toy Story Land, the seventh themed land in Shanghai Disneyland.
The coronavirus outbreak has sent across panic and fear among people all around the world.
The Shanghai Disney Resort partially resumed operations on Monday with a limited number of shopping, dining and recreational experiences available in Disneytown, Wishing Star Park and Shanghai Disneyland Hotel.
The Resort had announced temporary closure in late January, in response to China's prevention and control of the novel coronavirus outbreak, reports a section of the media.
But the Shanghai Disneyland remains temporarily closed until further notice, the Resort said.
Each of the reopened resort locations will run under limited capacity and reduced hours of operation, it said.
The resort said it will provide an extensive range of measures, including strict and comprehensive approaches to sanitization, disinfection and cleanliness to ensure the safety and health of guests and employees.
Each visitor entering the resort will be required to undergo temperature screening procedures and must wear masks, and they need to present their Health QR Code when entering dining venues.
Originally called Disney-MGM Studios, this playground inspired by Hollywood’s golden age has undergone a lot of change since the early years, when it functioned as a typical theme park and working production facility creating movies, TV shows and animated films.
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