Published June 2020.
Universal Studios Japan Osaka said on Monday that it will open its doors on June 8, after three months of suspended operations on account of new coronavirus.
The park in the first week will receive only visitors from Osaka who have the annual pass. And from the 15th, any resident of the city of Osaka will be able to enter.
And from the 19th of June, Universal will allow people from nearby Kyoto, Hyogo, Nara, Wakayama and Shiga to enter.
The reopening comes after Japan lifted its state of emergency in Osaka and neighboring regions on 21 May, all dates are in line with the Japanese government's decision to loosen the state of emergency across the country last week.
People will have their body temperature checked before entry, they will also have to wear masks in the park at all times and will be required to follow the rules of social distance.
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