Earlier today Disney CEO Bob Chapek talked with CNBC on the reopening of Shanghai Disneyland, he also went into details on what to expect when the US theme parks reopen.
Right now Shanghai Disneyland is operating at a 30% capacity with an increase each week.
Chapek says the company will be “very conservative” as it reopens its other Disney theme parks.
The biggest news from the interview is that masks will be required for not only Cast Members but also guests, which will take some getting used to…
Here is the interview from CNBC.
“We’re very encouraged by what we see in Shanghai.” Disney CEO Bob Chapek says the company will be “very conservative” as it reopens its theme parks. https://t.co/OPGAPam4Gh pic.twitter.com/sFydyCzQhX
— CNBC (@CNBC) May 11, 2020
You can check out the Grand Reopening of Shanghai Disneyland here.
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