Tokyo's Disneyland on Monday previewed its new coronavirus safety measures ahead of reopening for the first time in four months. Staff were seen wearing face shields and checking the body temperatures of other members. Among a new set of policies, visitors with a fever over 37.5 degrees, or showing symptoms will be asked to refrain from entering. Visitors will need to wear a face mask while they are in the park and disinfect their hands regularly. Disneyland's signature parades and shows remain suspended to avoid crowds from forming, but characters may appear several times a day.