Disneyland in Hong Kong has announced that it will shut down again because of an increase in cases there, even though new case numbers seem extremely low compared to in the U.S. and other countries.
Hong Kong has had 250 new cases since June 6 and had 52 on Monday, which is the highest number the Chinese territory has had since March.
Hong Kong Disneyland closed in January as the virus spread there, and had only reopened last month.
Disneyland in Paris and Walt Disney World in Florida are reopening this week, with some Florida parks having reopened for annual pass holders last week.
The constant changes in what is allowed to be open have got to be extremely hard on businesses large and small as they try to navigate frequent changes in guidelines and restrictions.
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