The move came after a guest who visited on Sunday tested positive for the virus.

The park said that according to the government’s compulsory testing notice, that its cast members are required to complete the Covid tests on or before November 18 and will resume duty after completing the tests.

It stressed that the safety and well-being of their guests and cast members is a top priority.

“The park will continue to conduct deep cleaning and disinfection as part of its enhanced health and safety measures. At present, about 94 percent of the resort’s full-time cast members have already received two doses of vaccine,” it said.

Meanwhile, from tomorrow through January 2, 2022, Disneyland said it is inviting guests to celebrate a snowy white Christmas at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort as the festive seasonal event is in full swing.

The park is currently closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the park earlier announced during its September reopening.

The theme park is one of the 29 places included in the compulsory testing notice after the Centre for Health Protection reported two suspected “re-positive” cases in Hong Kong.

The Sunday guest was a 29-year-old domestic helper flying into Hong Kong on October 15.

The helper was said to have completed 21 days of mandatory quarantine on her arrival in Hong Kong, and have been tested negative for the virus six times during her quarantine.

However, a November 15 test at a community testing center returned an indeterminate reading, followed by a positive result upon admission to the hospital. Her CT value was over 30, which means her viral load at that point was low.

The woman, who was fully inoculated with the Sinovac vaccine, ?tested positive for the coronavirus on October 13 before leaving Indonesia, but a subsequent negative test allowed her to board the flight to Hong Kong.