Disneyland Shanghai just reopened for the first time since January, when the coronavirus pandemic forced them to close the gates.
It's not exactly business-as-usual, though, because the park has implemented a ton of social distancing measures to ensure the health and safety of its guests. The park is only operating at about 30% capacity, and everyone is required to wear masks at all times. Additionally, the only guests allowed inside have to show a Chinese QR code, which tracks their health status and travel throughout the country.
There are even temperature screenings!
Disneyland Shanghai undoubtedly provides us with an idea of what things will look at when other Disney parks around the world reopen. Rumor has it that Walt Disney World in Florida could welcome the public once again [with similar safety measures] sometime in June or July.