June 23, 2022
BEIJING – Universal Beijing Resort announced on Wednesday that it will gradually resume operations this weekend after a nearly two-month suspension due to the city’s COVID-19 outbreak.
According to a plan released by the company, the resort will strictly control guest flow and strengthen epidemic control and prevention measures.
The Universal Studios Grand Hotel and Universal CityWalk Beijing will open to guests at noon on Friday and the theme park will open on Saturday.
The NUO Resort Hotel will reopen on July 1.
In the early stages, some venues or entertainment experiences will remain closed. They will reopen as appropriate, depending on the pandemic and related requirements.
All guests are required to provide a 72-hour negative nucleic acid test result. Reservations will be required.
The resort, which opened in September, includes a CityWalk, two hotels and the Universal Studios theme park.
It closed temporarily on May 1 because o the increasing number of COVID-19 cases that had been reported during the early days of Beijing’s latest outbreak, which started on April 22.