On Wednesday, US president Donald Trump announced a ban on incoming travel from European countries, except for the United Kingdom. Both Florida and California have declared states of emergency. Iger and Chapek did not offer investors guidance on the potential impact of the virus on its US parks business.

Park employees in the US are worried, and say that they haven’t heard much of anything from Disney about its response to the coronavirus, the Verge reported.

Disney’s resort in Shanghai reopened a limited number of shops this week, and is requiring all visitors to wear masks and undergo temperature screening. The reopened areas will also have reduced hours of operation. All other parts of the park remain closed.

As major sports leagues are suspended, blockbuster film releases postponed, and entire countries put on lockdown, it’s unclear just how much longer Disney can argue it’s safe to keep Disney World open. Until that day comes, the virus will not stop tourists from entering the magic kingdom. As of this week, some rides at the park still have up to two-hour wait times.

This story has been updated with the news that Disneyland will close on March 14.

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