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Shanghai Disney has become the latest high-profile venue to shut its gates due to China’s strict zero-Covid policy

According to media reports, Shanghai’s Disney has become the latest high-profile venue to close its doors due to China’s draconian zero-COVID policy, locking guests inside. According to the BBC, people have been advised that they would not be able to leave the theme park unless they could present a negative test result. On Saturday, Shanghai recorded ten locally transmitted cases. China’s contentious zero-COVID policy has already resulted in the detention of millions of individuals, often in odd settings.

People have fled stores and offices as a result of the abrupt natural lockdowns, including a Shanghai outlet of Swedish furnishing giant Ikea.

Those awaiting their release at Shanghai Disney, however, might take solace in the fact that rides are still operating for those imprisoned inside “The Happiest Place on Earth,” according to the BBC.

Along with the amusement park, other places such as the retail strip were unexpectedly shuttered just after 11:30 a.m. local time.

People rushed to the park’s gates after hearing the announcement, but they were already shut, according to videos shared on the Chinese social networking site Weibo.

The Shanghai administration announced on the Chinese social media platform WeChat that the park was closed and that individuals who were inside might only exit if they returned a negative test result.

According to the BBC, everyone who has visited the park since Thursday must submit three negative test results over three consecutive days.

There is no word on when the park will reopen. Tickets will be valid for six months, according to Shanghai Disney, and refunds will be issued.

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