Shanghai Disneyland reopened Monday, nearly four years after the theme park's first grand opening in June 2016.
The park shut down for several months during the coronavirus pandemic, but now it's officially open to the public and is the first Disney resort in the world to do so.
But as the resort opens its doors to welcome guests once again, the atmosphere and procedures at the park look different than they did before the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mandatory face masks, temperature checks, social distancing, and yellow tape markers are all part of the park's new normal as it tries to get up and running after the company lost $1.4 billion amid the pandemic.
Read on to see photos of Shanghai Disneyland's reopening process compared to the park's operations before the coronavirus pandemic.
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