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Corona virus outbreak in China, closed to Hong Kong Disneyland

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If the corona virus outbreak continues, the Disneyland of Hong Kong is closing the doors to the public. The theme park announced that they would be closed as a “precautionary measure” and will not announce an opening date.

Even though the park does not specifically state corona virus as the cause of the shutdown, they say that they are “in close contact with the authorities and the government about the situation.”

The Disneyland in Hong Kong, posted the announcement to their Instagram page where she noted, “As a precautionary measure, in line with the prevention efforts take place in Hong Kong, we are in a temporary closure of the Hong Kong Disneyland park as of Jan 26, 2020, for the consideration of the health and safety of our guests and cast members. The Hong Kong Disneyland Resort hotels will remain open to the public. We are in close contact with the authorities and the government about the situation and will announce an opening date as soon as they can, it is good.”

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The post is concluded, you need to understand that all tickets will be valid for a period of six months from the date of purchase and that are in the park, and will help you with the refund for those who have purchased tickets for admission ” to the park or have a room booked at the hotel.

The outbreak, which originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has to be sick for at least 1,975 people and killed 56 people. The majority of the confirmed cases have been in mainland China, although the virus has been detected in a variety of countries, including the United States and Canada.

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The Johns Hopkins University, which has a heat-map in response to a public health emergency that will update the number of confirmed corona virus cases in the world.

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According to its website, it was developed on the basis of the data from the WHO, CDC, China CDC, China’s National Health Commission and the Dingxiangyuan a web site that supposedly aggregates the data from the Chinese government, almost in real-time.”

Fox News’ Alexandra Deabler, and Alexandria Hein contributed to this report.

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