Hong Kong amusement park Ocean Park reopened Saturday after shutting down four months ago because of the coronavirus outbreak. \n\nAll guests had to wear face masks and undergo temperature checks before entering. \n\nHand sanitizer was distributed at the entrance. \n\nFor the next fortnight, capacity will be limited to 9,000 guests a day. \n\nThe animal and nature-themed attraction combines pandas, penguins, roller coasters and other rides, and has been a Hong Kong icon since its opening in 1977. \n\nEven before the coronavirus pandemic, Ocean Park was in financial difficulty and went to the government to extra funds. \n\nAt the end of May, lawmakers agreed to give it HKD 5.4 billion (approximately 7 million USD) to stay afloat for a year. \n\nBoth Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland shut in late January as the Hong Kong government implemented emergency measures to control the outbreak. \n\nHong Kong Disneyland has not yet announced a date for reopening.