A theme park in Nagasaki, southwestern Japan, has partially reopened after being temporarily closing for more than two weeks to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Huis Ten Bosch in Sasebo City, Nagasaki, Japan has resumed limited operations, including the opening of outdoor attractions, restaurants and parks.

Safety measures have been put in place to protect staff and visitors by preventing the risk of cluster infections, including checking the temperature of guests entering the theme park and sanitising hands with alcohol.

The operators of the Huis Ten Bosch theme park said the decision to partially reopen was made after careful consideration and that every effort is being made to reduce the risk of visitors and staff becoming infected.