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Hong Kong Disneyland reopens after five-month closure


One of Hong Kong's premier tourist draws, Disneyland, opens its doors to the public following nearly five months of closure over virus fears. The reopening is a fresh boost for a city that has largely managed to defeat the coronavirus. IMAGES

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