Tickets for Shanghai Disneyland re-opening sold out in 3 minutes

People in China can't wait to enter the Magic Kingdom now that coronavirus deaths in that country have declined.

CNBC reports that Shanghai Disney will be the first major theme park to re-open since the shutdown began.

Usually, that park sees around 80,000 visitors per day, but the government has mandated Disney operate at 30% capacity, or about 24,000 visitors.

CEO Bob Chapek said during an earnings call Tuesday that the park would initially operate well below that capacity and then ramp up to reach that 30% cap over the course of several weeks.

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