As coronavirus continues to spread throughout Asia and the rest of the world, Tokyo Disney Resort asks guests to take health precautions to keep themselves and Cast Members safe.
Tokyo Disney guests have taken to social media to share some updates regarding how the resort is handling coronavirus at this time. Considering the fact that Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland have closed for the time being because of the viral disease, it’s no surprise that Tokyo Disney is spending this week warning guests of the dangers of the virus and asking them to take precautions for their health and safety.
If you take a look at the following Tweet, you will see a paper letter given to Tokyo Disney Resort hotel guests advising them to speak with Cast Members if they have coronavirus symptoms such as a fever or cough.
— りお (@riotadisney) January 27, 2020
The Tweet below also shows a sign displayed at Tokyo Disney that reads:
To Our Guests
To help prevent the spread of virus infectious disease, we request that all Guests follow these guidelines:
- Please use the hand disenfectant that is available in all Park restrooms after washing your hands.
- If you begin to feel unwell while in the Park, please contact the nearest Cast Member.
These signs are displayed throughout the resort and theme parks advising guests to speak with Cast Members.
As always, if you feel concerned for your health or someone in your party’s health while visiting Tokyo Disney Resort or any other Disney Park around the world, reach out to nearby Cast Member who can help you get the assistance you need. The safety and wellbeing of guests is Disney’s top priority, and these precautions that Tokyo Disney is taking are to keep guests and Cast Members as safe and healthy as possible as coronavirus continues to spread worldwide.
You can read about the closure of Shanghai Disneyland due to coronavirus here and the closure of Hong Kong Disneyland here.