January 26, 2020 at 12:55 JST
SHANGHAI--Hong Kong's popular amusement parks Disneyland and Ocean Park are closed from Jan. 26 to help prevent the spread of a deadly coronavirus that broke out in the Chinese city Wuhan, state media CCTV reported on Sunday.
Business is going on as usual at the hotels inside Hong Kong Disneyland, however, CCTV reported.
The Shanghai government said on Friday that Shanghai Disneyland will be closed from Saturday.
China is on a seven-day Lunar New Year holiday that started on Friday, a period when the amusement parks would be usually packed with tourists.
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