cerrahi maske, In a direct message to a guest question, Disneyland Paris confirmed that the park is open, WDW News Today reports. They also stated that they are monitoring the situation and following the recommendations of health authorities. CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IN ITALY SPURS STATE DEPARTMENT WARNING FOR AMERICANS NOT TO TRAVEL TO 2 REGIONS According to WDW News Today, the message said, “Disneyland Paris is open and welcomes visitors as usual. We’re following the development of the situation in close collaboration with health authorities, whose recommendations we follow. Disneyland Paris applies exemplary sanitation procedures, as well as high hygiene and cleanliness standards.”
cerrahi maske - They concluded the message by informing the customer to check the park hours through their website. Fox News previously reported the French government recently reported 16 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 73. Two people have reportedly died in the country from the disease. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP All public gatherings of more than 5,000 people in a confined space are temporarily banned across France, Health Minister Olivier Veran said, according to Reuters.
cerrahi maske, Meanwhile, Disney parks in other parts of the world have closed due to the outbreak. Tokyo Disney Resort recently announced that Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea were temporarily closed for at least two weeks and Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland temporarily closed ahead of Lunar New Year celebrations in late January. Both also remain closed as of Feb. 28. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Walt Disney World officials in Orlando, Fla, are also reportedly taking precautions to protect guests, having confirmed earlier this week that a small number of workers (some of whom were employed directly by Disney, and some who only worked at the park) were asked to refrain from coming to work after returning from a trip to Italy.
cerrahi maske - NIAID director and coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci joins 'Fox & Friends.' Dr. Anthony Fauci, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, said Sunday that “community spread” cases of the virus, which cannot be directly traced to anyone, are becoming more prevalent in the United States. The term “community spread” is used when a person becomes infected with no known original source or index case, in contrast to earlier travel-related cases which were clearer in how and where the infections originated, Fauci told “Fox & Friends Weekend” in a Sunday morning interview.
cerrahi maske - CLICK FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE While this makes it more challenging for officials to trace a point of origin for the infectious disease and contain it, Fauci said the development did not come as a surprise to health officials. “This was something that was entirely expected when you have diffuse infections throughout the world – as you’ve just mentioned, South Korea, Iran, Italy, in places like that – sooner or later there are going to be cases in your country that you can’t directly trace to anyone,” Fauci said. “That becomes much more challenging about identifying the source.”