Indian tour operators estimate a $500 million loss because of cancellations from tourists from China and other countries.
The temporary closure of the two parks could result in a $175 million loss in Disney’s upcoming second quarter.
Tourism operations in mainland China account for 13% of the company's total operating revenue.
The national travel agency association urged Chinese travel agencies to fully understand and support "preferential terms to Chinese tourists to prevent the spread of the coronavirus pneumonia".
Disney said it would refund tickets for admission to Shanghai Disneyland or other services at the park as well as hotel bookings.
During the eight-year collaboration, Yum China will provide dining services to the theme park's customers.
China has so far invested more than USD2.6 billion in the Sanjiangyuan ecological protection and construction project.
The new prices will be arriving at Shanghai Disney Resort on June 6, 2020, at a four-tiered pricing structure.
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