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Shanghai Disneyland reopens, but without the magic and parades

Tickets sold out, while capacity is capped at 20% of usual

Shanghai Disneyland reopened on May 11 by limiting customers to 20% of the venue's capacity as a precaution against the virus.   © Reuters

SHANGHAI -- Shanghai Disneyland resumed operations on Monday as China attempts to reboot domestic tourism hurt by months-long quarantine measures amid sporadic flare-ups of coronavirus infections.

The reopening of the park, which closed on Jan. 25, marks the first theme park operated by Walt Disney Co. to restart as the pandemic forced shut the others around the world.

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