The first visitors flocked to Hong Kong's Disneyland resort on Thursday as the park reopened after a shutdown due to the COVID pandemic, with several restrictions now in place.
The excited guests formed a long queue ahead of the park's opening time at 10:30 AM, wearing facemasks and holding their tickets, booked in advance through the website. The measure allows the park to control the flow of visitors, issuing a limited amount of tickets per day.
A body temperature checkpoint was installed by the entrance to comply with security regulations.
The shops and restaurants of the theme park will work with reduced capacity due to social distancing requirements. Hand sanitiser will be distributed at various locations across the park.
Hong Kong has registered comparatively low COVID tolls, with 1,121 people infected and four related deaths so far, according to Johns Hopkins University data.