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Shanghai Disneyland is a part of the Great Wall of China, will be temporarily closed in connection with the corona virus, concerns

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Shanghai Disneyland will be announced on Friday, the park will temporarily close to the center of the continuous corona virus disease outbreak “in order to ensure the health and safety of our guests, and the all-star cast.”

In a statement posted on the park’s web site, the Shanghai Disneyland resort, the shutdown would begin on Jan. 25, the day of the chinese Lunar New Year.

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“In response to the prevention of and the fight against the epidemic, and in order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and Cast, the Shanghai Disney Resort will temporarily close on Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown, including the Walt Disney Grand Theatre and the Wishing Star Park, and as of January 25, 2020,” the message reads.

“We will continue to carefully monitor the situation and are in close contact with the local authorities, and we will announce the opening date at the time.”

“In response to the prevention of and the fight against the epidemic, and in order to ensure the health and safety of our guests and Cast, the Shanghai Disney Resort will temporarily close on Shanghai Disneyland, Disneytown, including the Walt Disney Grand Theatre and the Wishing Star Park, and as of January 25, 2020,”, the theme park announced Friday.

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Guests who have purchased tickets for the park and the hotels are going to be reimbursed “by the way, the original ticket channel,” Shanghai Disney Resort has been added to.

“We want our guests to have a healthy and happy Spring Festival!” the message ended.

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In addition, Shanghai Disneyland, the Chinese authorities have temporarily closed section of the Great Wall of China, as well as the Forbidden City in Beijing, Reuters reports. At the moment it is unclear whether any of the historical sights, both popular tourist attractions, will re-open.

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