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Tokyo Disney Resort to extend entry caps into next year

Oriental Land projects first annual loss as pandemic saps traffic

Tokyo Disney Resort limited the visitor count to half the regular volume when it reopened in July.   © Kyodo

TOKYO -- Tokyo Disney Resort is expected to keep capacity limits into the new year as its operator tracks toward an annual net loss for the first time with attendance limited amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Oriental Land, the resort operator, warned Thursday that it will likely post a consolidated net loss of 51.1 billion yen ($489.8 million) for the year ending next March. Tokyo Disney Resort now takes in roughly 35,000 visitors a day, which is about 40% of pre-coronavirus levels.

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