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Hong Kong Disneyland closes again as coronavirus cases increase – MarketWatch

Hong Kong reins in businesses, social gatherings amid upswing in new infections

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Walt Disney Co. said it would again close the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park, less than a month after it reopened, amid an increase of new coronavirus cases in the city, in a new setback for the entertainment company.
The reversal highlights the challenge a multinational company such as Disney faces in navigating strategies in disparate jurisdictions as governments around the world adopt different approaches to combating the spread of Covid-19. Disney
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has reopened some of its theme parks at reduced capacities while implementing heightened safety measures.
The closure comes as Hong Kong officials said activities such as large social gatherings, dining in at restaurants and going to the gym would be temporarily suspended. For three weeks Hong Kong had no local infections, but after an outbreak that began July 5, the city has racked up more than 180 locally contracted cases.
Carrie Lam, Hong Kongs chief executive, said at a press conference that the theme park would have to shut under the citys new regulations.
As required by the government and health authorities in line with prevention efforts taking place across Hong Kong, Hong Kong Disneyland park will temporarily close from July 15, a Disney spokeswoman said Monday. Hotels at the property will remain open with adjusted service levels, she added.
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Sorry cat lovers, Max Greenfield is a dog person – NEWS.com.au

Sorry cat lovers, Max Greenfield is a dog person

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When New Girl star Max Greenfield signed on to voice a border collie in kids movie Cats & Dogs 3: Paws United, he didnt even have a pet.Like many actors with small children – daughter Lilly and son Ozzie – Greenfield wanted to be involved because he wanted to work on a film he could share with his family.
“There are so few projects I’ve been a part of that my kids can actually watch,” he told news.com.au. “The idea that I can be in something that we can all watch together as a family was re…

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Wrestling legend Road Warrior Animal passes away aged 60 – Wide World of Sports

Wrestling greats pay tribute to hall of famer

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Legendary WWE superstar Joe Laurinaitis, known among wrestling fans as the Road Warrior Animal, has passed away at the age of 60.
Laurinaitis forged a famous career alongside his tag team partner Hawk, where the duo dubbed themselves ‘The Road Warriors’.
Hawk, whose real name was Michael Hegstrand, passed away due to a heart attack back in 2003 at the age of 46.
Between 1984-1990, the duo competed on the American Wrestling Association (AWA), the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA), and World C…

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Bachelor star Bec Cvilikas slips up on radio about who wins Locky’s heart – NEWS.com.au

Bachelor star Bec Cvilikas slips up on radio about who wins Locky’s heart

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Bec Cvilikas might have accidentally let slip a huge clue about The Bachelor.The 25-year-old, who was sent home on Wednesday’s episode, told The Kyle and Jackie O Show that despite being flatmates with finalist Bella Varelis, they won’t be watching the finale together.
The admission urged Jackie O to muse whether or not it meant that Bella would be watching the finale together with The Bachelor himself, Locky Gilbert.
“We won’t be…

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