Good turnout as Hong Kong's Ocean Park reopens after four-month Covid-19 closure

Visitors wearing protective masks look at penguins inside a water tank at Ocean Park in Hong Kong, China, on Saturday (June 13). The theme park reopens today following its temporary closure for over four months due to the coronavirus pandemic. - Bloomberg

HONG KONG (Xinhua): It was a great opening at Hong Kong's iconic theme park Ocean Park as it resumed operations on Saturday (June 13) after being temporarily closed for more than four months due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

To ensure the health and safety of visitors, employees and animals, the maximum instantaneous in-park capacity will be reduced to 9,000 people, 25 per cent of the usual level, in the first two weeks following the reopening.

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