China reported 17 new COVID-19 cases for May 10th , rising from a day earlier and marking the highest daily increase since April 28th, according to official data published on Monday. 

Of the new cases, seven were so-called imported cases involving travellers from overseas, compared with two imported infections on May 9.

Five of the new cases were reported in the central city of Wuhan, where the outbreak first emerged in late 2019, marking the highest since March 11.

Meanwhile, tickets for the first days of the Walt Disney Co.’s Shanghai Disneyland re-opening sold out almost instantly on Friday as the theme park gets ready to end a three-month shutdown in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic, this week.

The Shanghai Disney Resort is scheduled to have its grand reopening today. The Chinese government has asked Disney to cap attendance at 30 percent of capacity, or approximately 24,000 people, to help staff and customers adjust to new health and safety measures like social distancing, required mask wearing, more frequent cleaning and temperature checks.